Well, for starters, I hope that you will not take your hurt feelings out on either Keller Williams or the agent whom your uncle has chosen. I can assure you it is not I.
Now, if you demand an apology, you certainly can have mine. I meant no personal disrespect.
I would say that you might be a little less sensitive, though. My statement was, in fact, absolutely true. You did not pay for a service that is, indeed, a private matter. Therefore, it was not your business but someone elseâ€™s. I then went on to explain, as thoroughly as I could, how you might proceed to make the information that you sought exactly your business.
The whole" it's not your business" theme that I used did do what I intended, in a way, which was to make you sit up and take notice. I guess it did. What you seems to have missed was my intention, which I certainly hope was well advised, to explain to you what your business approach should be. You might note that my estimed colleague, Ms. Thuman, has said basically the same thing and that is that you do need to make any plan to purchase property a thoroughgoing business,
I guess (again, just guessing,) that you don't have the wry sense of humor that I was attempting to evoke.
Please don't take it personally, it was intended to be taken in a wry sort of way and I see now that it was more abrupt than some people would like.