So, there are several avenues, you could consult a Professional Standards Certified Specialist (PSCS) for a quick opinion and further direction or you can call the Stamford Board of REALTORS at 203-327-1433. An AE will help you file a formal Ethic Complaint.
If there really is an ethic problem, all responsible REALTORs would like you to follow up on this. As a member of both my local associations and the state association's professional standards committee, I would encourage you to follow through to a satisfactory resolve. REALTORS want the public to be confident in trusting REALTORS for their professionalism and their ethical standards.
If you have any additional questions I would be happy to help. Good Luck!!
I'm an agent in Stamford and interested in hearing why you believe the real estate firm that you're working with is unethical. Please, post an explanation so that we can give you some guidance.
Depending upon what the circumstances are; you can contact the Stamford Board of REALTORSÂ® and file a complaint or, as Emile suggests, contact the Connecticut Consumer Protection Dept. as they are the entity that oversees real estate licensing.
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