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July 22, 2008

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Nick

I've experienced this, as well. With only one real estate company listing foreclosure properties in an area, and numerous buyers looking for deals, unresponsiveness reflects badly on everyone. Of course the banks make it difficult to complete these types of deals efficiently, but a lack of customer service or simple consideration by an overworked agent makes the entire process of buying a foreclosure a very trying experience for new buyers. And that's the last thing any of us want to deal with, in addition to all of the other problems with a foreclosure property.

Frank Borges LL0SA- Broker FranklyRealty

Thanks for this post. Sometimes the buyer might think that the buyer agent isn't doing something right. How can the listing agent suck that much?

I think the listing agent might have to order a restraining order on me, as I will be calling her every 6 hours from now on since she never replies to my emails or faxes (not even to confirm receipt of offers).

Frank

Jessie on Philippine Homes For Sale

I fell blessed that I found your post while searching I am Philippine Homes For Sale
. I agree with you on the subject Foreclosures: Listing Agents Leaving Thousands on the Table?. I was just thinking about this matter last Tuesday.

Tucson Foreclosures

This would be really very helpful. Keep it up!

Las Vegas Foreclosures

Thanks for putting it up. It's been a great help

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