You sure can. I'd be happy to show you the property. Give me a call and let's discuss, 267-688-1110.
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but its not a very good idea.. If you are shown the house the Realtor that showed you will expect to be the one representing you on that property. They may be the sellers Realtor or maybe someone from that office.
Are they good, helpful polite experienced, friendly lmowledgeable or do they suck at their job?
Why not find a good Realtor to be on your side from day one.
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If you are currently working with a Realtor, no matter who's sign is in the yard, you can contact the Realtor you are working with to show you most any property on the market. This is expected and a courtesy to your Realtor as most do work hard for their clients. If your Realtor is unavailable, try to wait until they are, if it is not possible, please let the listing agent know you have an agent who is unavailable, but you would still like to see the property and if writing an offer you plan to write that offer with your current Realtor.
If you need a list of good agents in your area I can provide that for you or contact your local Keller Williams Realty office.
I hope this have been of some help to you.
Keller Williams Realty