My Mom is a Realtor in CA and I hear her cry just about every night about how frustrated she is because she can never get a call back from Listing Agents when trying to present offers for her clients. Or how they sandbag offers so they can double end their deals. Yet here in TX, my experience has been completely different! Don't know exactly know why, but my suspicion is the people are just nicer down here.
I hope your experience gets better, I really do! There are some really good Realtors out there I hope you find right one.
Best of Luck!
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Best of luck!
Of course you do. Tha't Ok. But you are now aware that gents DO have the ability to choose those with whom they will work. IT is not a one way street.
It is most likely, none of the agents you encountered stated, "Where do these awful buyer and sellers come from?" They are more adaptable, gracious and agile, by necessity, than most citizens.
I'm sure, in your case, that the ONLY EXPLAINATION for you is "It's the agent!"
By the way, second to all locations in PA, those in Milwaukee have proven to be exceptional people. There must be more to this story.
I have had the pleasure to work with many great real estate agents when they represented one side and I represented the other. It is okay to interview agents to find the one that is a good fit for you and your needs.
Best wishes - Mona Elmore, RE/MAX Realty 100 email@example.com
2 great points I saw below.
1. Seek a recommendation. Your friends will be a great source for a referral to a good agent.
2. Seek an agent that meshes with your personality. You can have a great agent but if you guys don't mesh well, the experience can feel horrible.
There are alot of knowledgeable, professional agents in the area but since you most likely will be working closely with this person for a length of time you also need to find someone with whom you mesh personality wise. If you don't have that personal connection it can be difficult for you to put your trust and faith in that person.
Best of luck in your Real Estate endeavors and remember....the odds are now in your favor for the next agent you meet!
Troy Miller, ABR, RNG
TOTAL Realty LLC
Zeina Dopierala-Coldwell Baker Residential Brokerage