Asked by Tom C., 22043 • Sat Nov 29, 2008
I have a signed contract on my house and the home inspection has taken place. The buyer's Realtor allowed a contractor into my house without informing my Realtor. This was for the buyer to get an estimate for something found during their home inspection. Since my Realtor was not informed until after the fact, is this considered trespassing?
I would like to file a complaint against the buyer's Realtor for allowing a contractor to enter my house without first informing my Realtor or myself. The Worcester Association of Realtors' webpage does not have any form to fill out or phone number to call for complaints.
I have a lockbox on the home so the entry into the home should be recorded with the lockbox records.
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