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Victor Styrs…,  in Sacramento, CA

I am an agent with an interested buyer. How may I view the property? Thank you, Victor Styrsky

Asked by Victor Styrsky, Sacramento, CA Wed Feb 4, 2009

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If you have to ask how to view a property that is listed in the MLS apparently real estate is a part time your client a favor and refer them to someone who works in real estate on a full time basis.
Unfortunately the market has changed so the low hanging fruit is a thing of the past.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Wed Feb 4, 2009
You might be right and I do apologize as I over-reacted to this post. I just get so frustrated with the rogue agents out there and assumed the worst. We all know what happens when you assume....
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Feb 6, 2009
It says "Ann Evans" right there in the Trulia listing. That is probably the name of the listing agent.
To Beth: Victor has been a CA licensed agent since July 1990, so he is not a newbie. He probably just did not realize this was a discussion board and not an email link to the listing agent.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Feb 5, 2009
Jim Walker, Real Estate Pro in Roseville, CA
You can call the listing agent and see if they would arrange to open the house for you, or you can work with a local realtor on a referral basis to show houses in the local area, or as you know, you can join the local Association to have access yourself while you are showing properties in Sacramento.

I have the same situation for another area that I am working on. Working with a local realtor will give you knowledge of the specific values in the area, as well as acccess to the homes. It all depends on how many homes you want to consider on what makes the most sense.

In addition, a licensed agent does not guarantee that the listing brokerage will pay commissions to someone outside their association area (whether you are in another association, or not). That is handled at a broker level, so even if you present an offer for your buyer, they are not obligated to compensate you.
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