No... There are no requirements for an agent to give his client a report, if he is representing the Seller, or the other Agent, if he/she is representing the other side. When representing the Buyer, an agent may show over a dozen homes to his client in a single day. He is 100% focused on his clients needs. his client may simply say, I don't like it and move on. At the end of the day, the agent may not even remember your home. Over zealous listing agents will sometimes call the buyers agents within minutes of a showing, disrupting the buyers agent doing his job. When representing a Seller, I will always have questionnaires for the visitors when I do an open house and I incentive-ize them with door prizes for feed back. I also put my homes on tour to get feedback from agents. Getting feedback from the odd buyer isn't that useful. If they are interested, they will let you know with an offer. The professional opinion of other agents is the most useful tool, and it is probably best to do this when you have their undivided attention on Tours and during open houses.
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