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Old 06-28-2010, 06:55 PM
 
Location: Central New Jersey
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Your situation is unbelievable - I don't know which State you are in but it sounds like you have grounds to seek help from a number of regulatory agencies.
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Old 06-29-2010, 04:16 PM
 
Location: Charleston, SC
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Contact her broker-in-charge immediately! And, if there is no response from the BIC - then contact the States real estate board.....wow, that Realtor sounds horrible! I just had to eat $5,000 off a commission to pay a sellers IRS liens in order to get the deal done! besides negotiating with the Buyers to chip in, ask the Realtors to also chip in!
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Old 07-01-2010, 06:35 AM
 
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Contact her broker-in-charge immediately! And, if there is no response from the BIC - then contact the States real estate board.....wow, that Realtor sounds horrible! I just had to eat $5,000 off a commission to pay a sellers IRS liens in order to get the deal done! besides negotiating with the Buyers to chip in, ask the Realtors to also chip in!
She actually is the broker and CEO of her own company- go figure!

Update: She finally took the listing down and we are moving forward....fast with out new agent. I believe the MLS contacted her and they did mention fines and being reported for having a false listing (no contract in place).

Our new agent is very flexible and already agreed to lower the commission if it means getting the deal done (when we have a new offer)

Wish us luck!
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