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Grendel, Home Seller in Albert Lea, MN

Can a potential buyer in the negotiation process continue to go through the home uninvited or without agent representation from either party present?

Asked by Grendel, Albert Lea, MN Wed Aug 15, 2012

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I agree with the others universally this is unacceptable practice.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Aug 16, 2012
no one can enter your property without prior permission. As far a entering without a broker, there is no legal reason why they can't, however any negotiations should be conducted with the brokers present
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Aug 15, 2012
Simply put NO. A buyer can not enter a home unless they have permission and are accompanied by their agent. The only if would be if the seller gave them perission. Where is the listing agent in this situation. They need to take control of the situation and stop it., Start with changing the code on your lockbox.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Aug 15, 2012
Seller did not give permission and selling agent is unaware of situation. Just found out. Seller lives out-of-state. There was a crew preparing for an estate sale for a future date and happened to be in the house when potential buyer walked in and started going through the house. He was asked to leave.
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