Not responding to calls, disorganized (loosing documents or late for appointments, or forgetting to cancel an appointment), being dishonest on MLS, lazy to find out what the maintenance fee is, or
not disclosing assessments...to being rude.
If it is not responding to calls - I keep on contacting through all means available.
I also let my client know what is going on.
If disorganized - I move on. I'm not the other agent's mother or boss.
We can't change other people.
If it is dishonesty - we can do the ICheck option in MLS to correct the info.
Complaining? So far, I never complained about other agents.
But - rude agents create their own "reputation".
Tomorrow - their offer just may not be accepted if there is a bidding war.
Being professional and nice, on the other hand, pays off big.
Hope this helps,
Beachfront Realty, Inc.
If it directly affects my business and it happened twice so far in my career, I contact the managing broker and form an official complaint asking for support and resolution.