Yes there are some and I would be happy to help. Send me an email at LDevnew@cbmove.com and let me know exactly what you are looking for and which areas would be best for you. Or I can suggest some areas as well. Look forward to hearing from you!
You'll have to contact the Maryland Association of Realtors, if you used a Maryland Contract on the purchase of the property. There should be a paragraph in the contract that states it, that you have agreed to mediation for disputes. If you have a case they will let you know and the limit is $25000 if they decide that you have been damaged. You cannot just be displeased, you'll have to prove that the realtor did something that caused you damages. That is my understanding of how it works.... more
I am sorry the system seems to have let you down. I have had a bad experience with the home improvement commission myself (actually my daughter). It seems they only police the ones who are licensed. Hmmm. Makes you wonder doesn't it. I do not know of anyway to expedite things but I feel that the real estate commission is probably where you will find the most help. Good Luck to you!
Kim Mills... more
it sure sounds like it... in order to act in this capacity.. the Realtor must hold at minimum a salesman's license.. I think your next call should be to the Maryland home improvement commission.. I am a licensed general contractor in Maryland... feel free to post any other questions concerning this.. Is this contractor licensed?... more