Is Your Real Estate Agent In A Hurry?
If any of these statements sound familiar to you, it
could mean that your real estate agent is either in hurry or doesn't
have an answer to your question. Either way, this could lead to an
Have You Ever Heard the Words.
Don't Worry about a Thing, Will Take Care of You.
Come on That Roof Will Last for Another 30 Years.
I Wouldn't Worry about That, That's Easy to Fix.
How Many Times Do I Have To Tell You, It's Not a Problem.
I'm on Your Side, There Won't Be Any Problems.
With a Little Bit of Caulking, You Won't Even Notice It.
Just Plant Some Bushes in Front of It and You'll Never See It.
The Floor Squeaks, That Gives the House Character.
Or What about the Ever Famous, Are You Going to Buy the House or Not.
Is Any one of These Experiences Familiar to You. Don't be afraid to ask your questions again.
Be firm when asking, but please don't be rude and if the answers don't sound right ask someone else to verify or ask your real estate professional if they are positive and know for a fact their answer is correct. It's always good to get a second opinion anyway.
You don't need to do business with anyone that will not answer your questions and is always trying to hurry you along. If you sign a purchasing agreement with a real estate professional you're not getting along with, ask them to let you out of the contract.
With no fees of course, there are other ways to purchase a home if your now old real estate agent doesn't want to play fair.