Asked by Dlb, Centennial, CO • Fri Dec 5, 2008
Our agent doesn't seem to be working hard on our behalf. It truly feels like he is just trying to wait out the 60 day marketing period until the corporation buys our house. He won't get commission from that, but I think he is counting on the listing from the corporation, and he knows the corporation will probably drop the price to mid 800... $150,000 under what we have it listed for now. Why wouldn't he be busting his hump now, where he could make more commission and keep him comps up in the neighborhood? What recourse do we have if we feel he isn't doing right by us? I am really tempted to tell the corporation, if they do buy it, to get another realtor. They will listen, because they are out of town and don't know him at all, and won't be in this market again at all. What should we do?
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