Asked by John Webster, Outside U.S. • Mon Apr 23, 2012
I am currently selling a home and due to my realtor's failure to advise me appropriately (I do not propose to go into the issues here) I have incurred additional fees of around $1500.00 I have asked my realtor to contribute but they will not. I have done some research and have a couple of questions on my rights.
1. I believe that I can make a complaint to the realtors association and The State of Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. If I do can the association or DBPR order the realtor to meet these further fees? If 'no' how can I reclaim my fees other than sue the realtor.
2. If I make a complaint I still have to complete the sale and close in mid may. Can my current realtor say they refuse to work with me because I have reported them? And if 'yes' what can I do and do I still have to pay their fees?
3. Should I make any complaint immediately, before I close or after closing.
Thanks for any advice.
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