You both have to be on the same page. I will say, sometimes looking on your own, you may get lucky. Working with a realtor is suppose to be beneficial. I have always taken care of my clients renting or purchasing.
Let me know if you need some help.
Sharon Glick ABR., e-PRO
Realty ONE Group
7975 N. Hayden Road #A101
Scottsdale, AZ 85259
Good morning. It is unfortunate that you had that type of experience. Although I primarily do Real Estate Sales transactions, I have assisted both Landlords and Tenants in the Rental market. If you need further assistance I would be happy to help.
Teresa R. Fahl, Realtor
Fine Homes Specialist
Prudential Arizona Properties ~ Troon North
28190 N. Alma School Road, Suite #111
Scottsdale, AZ 85262
Email: email@example.com | Cell: 480.620.5738
"I expected". This is why you should meet face-to-face and get all your questions answered. If you want someone to work FOR you, sign an agreement. The realtor will ask you to sign a loyalty agreement. If you refuse, you are still on your own.
Please talk to your next realtor in person and ask how they are going to work with you and tell them what kind of service you expect.
I would say there are no actual rules.. Except the Golden Rule...
If one does not want to work with rentals then DON'T...
I have a Property Manage on board that 90% of his work is on Rentals.
I would be happy to give him your name and number if you want.
Wish you the best,
I am sorry to hear that happened to you. Some Realtors believe it to be a waist of time. I'll be happy to help you. You can contact me if you're interested in working with me.
My clients always refer me because of my work ethics.
SHAHLA MENTHA, ABR, e-Pro, REALTORÂ®
Executive Real Estate Consultant
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
O Fax: 480-483-4917