For the record, buyer's names are not usually provided as their agents prefer to protect their privacy.........also...........no buyer's agent wants the other agent to know their client's name - unless they're ready to make an offer!
Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace, REALTORS
------- You may be unaware of the havoc you will cause when you succumb to the temptation to do what you think your agent has failed to do. It a mission that will result in a trail of smoldering ruins and you will be back on TRULIA blaming the real estate agents...FOR YOUR ACTION. ----
-------- Rather than turning to strangers on the internet, you should be turn towards your agent and disucss your concerns. -------Perhaps it is time to actually follow your agents suggestions regarding the price and marketing strategy. Of course, the possibility exits that TRUST no longer exists, for whatever reason. Then you need to chat WITH YOUR AGENT about finding different representation. Your agent will explain your options.------ No, that won't work either, The idea of placing a sign in book at the door will get the agents name...and that is all. Citizens looking to make a home purchase are instructed to NEVER place their contact information in those sign in books. Those who do, identify themselves of folks who can succumb just like you..... a sign to which their agent should pay very acute attention.