Janeese Jackson, Principal Broker
Real Estate Resource
It should really be very simple. Call the agent, and ask them to remove it. Give them 5 days to do so, then write a letter to the Agent, with copies to their managing broker at their office.
I bet it goes away, "quickly".
Im not sure there is any need to think about a suit. as reference below. There has been no real "HARM" upon which to levy any kind of reward. But, it certainly is not right, and it would probably fall under a violation of a code of ethics.
make a phone call, then a follow up letter, ...im sure its taken care of
God scum like that just make me sick. There are a few of us that play it straight and look what happens when we try and help.
Oh my gosh that is frustrating.
You can sue her but it is not worth it. Send a letter and email to her and her Broker and to the Real Estate Commission and if you are really PO than there are sites where you can rate and agent and give them a scathing report.
Sorry Hamm. I am in my 24th year and this is a horrible market but to resort to that is beyond low.
Best wishes to you.
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