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Agent2Agent in Sedona : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Jun 2, 2016
Dorene Slavitz answered:
The agreement (Buyer/Broker) will protect you both and settle any questions once and for all about who's client she is. No other agent can claim she was working with them if you have that agreement in place, so perhaps it would be a good idea to take care of it. Once you have that, she can feel more free to look.

I don't think the contract would be valid, unless your license is active though. It would be safest if you activate your license first.
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Thu Dec 4, 2014
Ted Easterly answered:
You could start with the Trulia Agent Directory
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Sat Dec 31, 2011
Susan Meeks answered:
I will be in a year and a son lives in Tempe so I am moving from Oregon to Sedona to be closer to him. I will be moving to Bend, OR in 6 months then I will spend a year in Bend saving money to move and will have my VA loan to make a purchase (I am a Female Gulf War Veteran). ... more
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Wed Jun 22, 2011
John Souerbry answered:
I'd tell this client I won't work with them any more. If they are willing to switch from the other agent in your office to you, they are just as likely to switch from you to another agent. They've already demonstrated their fickleness, which they revealed AFTER you had invested time with them instead of giving you the facts up front.
Many, many buyers believe that the market is cheap and they should be buying quality properties for pennies on the dollar. When they can't find the deal they want, they blame their agent and jump to another one. I'd prefer to work with clients who can remain as loyal to me as I am to them.
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