Asked by Deborah Madey, Brick, NJ • Wed Oct 24, 2007
I have seen several posts on Trulia where, collectively, we determine an agent or broker has done some terrible wrong. Do we maybe need to sometimes step back and ask ourselves if it is possible there are more facts that presented? I am one of the strongest advocates to raising the entry requirements to licensing. I support substantially increased CE requirements. And, I get easily annoyed at lazy agents when I have to deal with them. But, I also know that any good/great agent will sometimes cross paths with a client who has expectations that cannot be met. I become concerned when I see posts that want to rush to judgement and encourage state violation reports, assertions of breach, and suggestions of filing suit against an agent/broker. I also become concerned when we tell a consumer that their Broker/Agents SHOULD do 'X", because that is what we would do. I don't have the right to tell Macy's to adopt Nordstroms return policy.
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