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Sr. John Barry
If I was you - I would not give up on the property yet. Most of the time, with bank owned properties, they ask for highest and best offer, a lot of times transactions don't close for many reasons - maybe the current highest bidder will change his mind...
Find reliable agent in your area to find out all and everything about this property and transaction - maybe the seller is still waiting for more offers. Ask the agent to monitor the transaction and if it comes back on the market put an offer right away. Another option is to put a "back up contract" .
If nothing of said above works and someone else buys the house - it is a "sign" that this property was not for you despite the fact your were misrepresented in the first place. YOUR HOME is out there waiting for you to walk into it.
Let me know if my comment was helpful to you.
Iliana Ivanova P.A.
Apparently, the agent self-destructed and took herself out of the industry. The brokerage no longer has her as an agent . . . in most cases like this, the client is screaming at the brokerage to fire the agent!
So, what do you want to have happen?
I would file a complaint witn the Real Estate Commission and sue her, you may be entitled to damages from a fund established for this sort of thing.
Also, contact a lawyer.
But realize, you wewre not guaranteed the house even if you did "win" beciase the bank alwasy reserves the riuvght to back out of a deal. Those are terms they get we dont.
Interview your next agent and check references. There are a fair number of good agents like those here responding to your sad issue.
Southern Premier Realty
Cape Coral, FL
I would definitely suggest conacting the local board as suggested before at http://www.orlrealtor.com but i would also suggest taking it a step further and contacting FREC at http://www.myfloridalicense.com/dbpr/contact.html to file a complaint.
If you are still in the market to buy, I work in the Belle Isle and Conway areas exclusively and would love to help. You can see my client's feedback at http://www.CarasFeedback.com to see what other people have said about my service. It is important to find a professional full time agent to help you.
Keller Williams at the Parks
Sounds to me that she worked for the company but has moved for who knows why and the company hasn't changed their signs to reflect this or her sign riders are still out there.
That's why I always say its best to have a buyers agent and never deal with the listing agent or company of the home you are interested in.
For instants today a realtor you can answer questions about a property as quickly as the listing agent with their smart phone.
Hope this helps,
Dave Lowe, real estate broker
If things are as you have outlined, there are some very serious implications for the lack of good judgement used by the agent. In situations such as these, it is always best to check and double check your information to be sure it is accurate before taking your next move. Keep in mind that there could be more to this than meets the eye.
This is the type of action that should be brought to the attention of the local board of realtors. After confirming your information, contact the local board of realtors and inquire about filing an ethics violation. You may find that her former broker has already taken steps to report this misconduct.
The board of realtors representative will advise you on how to proceed.
Also, be sure to ask them if they have a showing "limit" on the number of homes they will show you. Of course you will preview most online, weed through them, and then ask your agent to make appointments for the ones you have interest in. Steer clear of the "I'll show you 3" agents. You should see as many as you need until you find the "one". Your agent will discuss realistic expectations with you, and will prove her position by showing you comparables.
I'm sorry you did not get this home. However, as I have been doing this for 18 years, I've seen people lose homes - get upset, only to ALWAYS find one that is better!!
Good luck to you!
Lisa M. Brodeur
Alliance Realty Florida
The best thing you can do going forward is to find a local agent to represent you. Buyers often think they can get a better deal if they go directly to the listing agent, when in fact, this is not the case at all. Anything you say to a listing agent can be shared with the seller and it can sometimes be conflict of interest between the parties. Find an agent who will work solely with you to protect your best interest. I would be happy to assist you in your home search. Feel free to call me directly at 352-552-5622 if you would like to learn more about me and how I successfully help buyers find their dream homes!