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PISSEDOFF - November 20th, 2004 6:06 PM

I've been looking at country houses with my girlfriend and the stupid agent decided -- half way through -- that he wants to change his career and become a circus performer ( I AM serious). Is he liable for anything?

Billy - October 5th, 2004 6:59 PM

a circus performer!!!!:))

He is a lunatic!:))))


Stephen - October 8th, 2004 9:41 PM

The truth is… he was probably over-qualified for the real estate job but his heart wasn’t in it. To some extent, all Real Estate Agents are jugglers, fire-eaters, tight rope walkers, trapeze artists and fortune tellers, just to name a few attributes.

If you signed a Buyers Agency Agreement, it was actually with the Brokerage company the Agent worked for and not him and they probably have several other sales people who could do an equal or better job for you. If you didn’t sing one then be sure to do it next time.

PISSEDOFF - October 9th, 2004 2:42 AM

Not really, but I think the realator has to follow up and step up to the plate, in all actuality the agent is quite dumb for loosing his commission.

Arnie - November 20th, 2004 6:06 PM

Some buyers can drive their agents crazy, even to the point of joining the circus. I don't mean to imply that this was the case here, as I am unaware of the particular circumstances. But give the guy a break and accept that this is a free country and we all have the right to make changes in our lives. Maybe this is all to your advantage anyway.


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