02-12-2013 10:49 AM
Last fall I purchased a home from an agent based in El Sobrante (seller's agent). Dealing with this agent was a nightmare - she was highly abusive and condescending in language (spoke to my agent and referred to me in a way that cannot be published; it was that abusive and inflamatory). Her written correspondence reflected extremely poor communication skills (aside from the poor grammar and spelling, the emails were in all caps) and her behavior in 2 incidents bordered on questionale ethically. I want to make this known here and yes, I have filed a complaint with the managing brokerage for her.
Agent's name: Leticia Short
If you can avoid her, do so; if not, be prepared.
02-12-2013 12:29 PM
Is it about the short-sale home you brought late last year and you've posted a thread already? If I remember correctly you brought it using a Refin agent and you've also wrote a thread complaining about?
Just curious on the outcome of the short sale. Did the short-sale bank agreed to your offer price: market - $35k termite estimate?
Did this cause all these selling agent issues? You believed the house is a junk and you wanted to tear it down to rebuild so you basically offered land value while the bank didn't agree?
02-12-2013 01:15 PM
I am just curious about your mindset. If it was a teardown like you said in the other thread, very small house and in bad condition, why did you bother to get a termite report? You were just spending money for nothing. Was it so you could lowball the bank?
02-12-2013 03:57 PM
I can't follow whats going on here. Did the OP actually BUY the house?
In his prior thread he talked about a short sale where the "seller" accepted his offer and then sent it to the bank (where the problems began). WTF? The "seller" in a short sale is meaningless, they will accept anything. The real seller is the bank.
If he got the house - then whats the issue? If he didn't, the problem is that his lowball offer happened to occur on a real estate market boundary where banks may have accepted lowball offers a few mos ago but will not now. At any rate as long as you have the house now, whats the problem really.
02-12-2013 04:12 PM
02-12-2013 05:06 PM