Give him a call, and then lay down your expectations about e-mail responses.
Many people haven't learned to manage email property. It is simple as creating a folder for each buyer/seller and dragging resolved emails to the envelopes. Then I know that whatever is still in the Inbox needs to be dealt with. I get back to everyone, even those who I am certain won't go anywhere.
If you still don't hear back from him......find another agent in the area you want and start your house hunting. Best of luck!!!!!
Are they done with the pre approval process? do you have your parameters yet provided by the lender to work with? If so let the agent know and im sure they will be ready to help you - However.
If they continue to ignore your actions:
Give me a call 412 576 5561 and we can get started. I sell 40 homes a year and many are to first time buyers. I am happy to help!
If he wants your business, he will be more responsive. :)
I get 350 emails A DAY.
Another 500 goes strait to spam. If a sending email address in not in my email address book, where do you think that email goes?
I use SPRINT for my cell phone. Not all emails forwarded from my email accounts arrive on my cell. Some, for unexplained reasons, arrive 18 hours late. Others unfortunately, result in that UNBELIEVABLE response. "I didn't get your email."
Stuff happens. Many agents are way to quick to throw other agents under the bus. The idea, I conclude, is to increase the attrition rate and reducing the competition. It's an ill conceived idea.
Go old school and
PICK UP THE PHONE.
Best of success to you.
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, Fl
Scotsdale Home Tour:
E-mail reply time and telephone reply, reply time in general... Some people are quick and well some take a long time if they even reply. I always try to reply quickly and hope others do as well but they do not always. Communications are a crucial part of representation and in any transaction.