As someone has already stated, you should start by contacting the agent's broker of the real estate office with your complaints.
If, after doing so, you do not feel your issues were properly addressed, you can contact the local Board of Realtors in your area. Depending on the specifics of your complaint, you may be able to file a complaint against the agent for violation of the Code of Ethics and/or violation of the FL Real Estate Commission statutes.
I would recommend going through those channels first.... more
Everything should always be in writing because the other party can simply deny the agreement was ever made. After making the verbal agreement though why did they wait so long to get a written agreement made? I understand making an offer or going back and forth with a counter verbally but if agreed upon it should be submitted in writing asap so it is documented. You certainly shouldn't be going as far as booking plane tickets without having a written contract.... more
I would consider saving up for a while longer. 10k isn't going to help much after closing costs, taxes and insurance. Depending on purchase price and loan org charges you may not have anything left.... more
This is a ground floor condo There is 1 parking space and space for guest parking.
The picture does not show the actual property.
Shoot me an email and I will be more than happy to send you the correct listing info,
By the way this is a REO property. I have experience with these so let me know.