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Ann Zemaitis, Sr. Vice President
Is there some other mode of contact for you? I might have a two family brownstone in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn coming soon.
I am straight forward, to the point, and practice ethical guidelines. No frills and no bull.
I am working with a buyer's broker from a major real estate firm in the city. He's very knowledgeable and has been a great guide so far in this process. We have had accepted offers that never went into contract- the selling agent (same guy both times) stalls and insists that we use the mortgage broker of his choice (at a much higher rate than the one offered by our approved lender). Meanwhile, the house is re-listed at a higher price. When we have questions, (such as "what fixtures and finishes will be used in the renovation"), we get email replies days later with one sentence answers that go into no detail at all.
I suspect that some of these guys would rather sell the house without co-broking so they can collect a larger commission on the sale. So they give us poor service and stall the contract while they try to find another buyer. I want to stick with my buyers broker- i want someone who is loyal to my interests, not someone who is working directly for the seller.
I do not quite understand what you are looking for. You state you are looking for an agent that will "co-broke with our broker" So you already have a broker?
If your broker is making offers, getting them accepted but not getting to contract, there is something missing here.
Perhaps you need to look at the real reason your accepted offeres are not getting to a signed contract. Your Broker?
Is your Broker a house broker? a Brooklyn Broker? Someone that understands how to present and get a deal done?
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