This is a breech of trust - and is completely unacceptable.
You may have other legal recourse - you would have to check with an attorney.
Also, the Georgia Real Estate Commission is downtown - go see 'em with your proof.
Check the web reference for a link to the commission's site. You can download the request for investigation from their site. i would fill it out and walk it in.
First call the broker, tell him/her what happened. If they don't want to work with you on this, tell them you will contact the GREC or the MAR. They'll listen then. Have them pull the listing. FOR FREE
all the best
By the way, I say that I hear something new in real estate every day, and it's true. But, I am shocked that any agent or broker would jeopardize their license and good reputation for one contract of any kind - listing or purchase.
If your recalcitrant agent forged then either faxed or emailed this contract, he may have stepped into federal jurisdiction (but really, have an attorney councel you on this). If that's the case and you get no satisfaction with the GA RE Commission, you have other options.
While the Broker will find out about it through the commission, the Broker would want to take appropriate action immediately. I am not suggesting that you limit your report to the Broker level, and I realize I am suggesting an extra step. Forging a document is a serious issue and should be reported, so I hope you will take the time to make the multiple reports.
We should reserve and limit our complaints to the real estate commission for serious misdeeds, and this does qualify. I expect the real estate commission will need to investigate and ask you to provide documentation in addition to filing a report describing the events.
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