Buyer & agent entered house through a WINDOW without permission!!This is in VA. I know this can't be legal and I am considering reporting her. Have a contract and going to closing in three days. The house is empty since I live in a different state now. And the buyer and her agent know it.The buyer's agent was supposed to arrange with my agent for the final walk-though today before the settlement on Friday. He never heard from her. So my agent decided to drive by my house. Guess what he found? Not only was the agent and her client in the house they had a contractor with them! They removed a ground floor screen from a window and climbed through the window to gain access to the house! There is no longer a lock box on the door and she knew that ahead of time because my agent has told her. I so want to report her but want to get through the closing on Friday as I really need this house to be sold.My agent wasn't going to tell me any of this today but I forced it out of him when we were talking tonight about the closing. He says there is more to today's story, that the agent was in there for a reason not advantageous to me. However my agent wants to get through the closing before he tells me the whole story because he's afraid of what I might say at the settlement table on Friday.Somethig else the buyer's agent and her client did that ticked me off a few weeks ago -When her client was first considering buying the house which needs new windows they proceeded to pull out the glass and leave all 23 windows open or partially open. My agent had to go in and put everything back in it's original condition.A lot of other unprofessional actions along the way - that I will include if I contact her broker and the state real estate board.This must be considered trespassing, right? Any advice would be appreciated.September 25 2012 - US00YesReport a ProblemProblemSelect oneOffensive contentIrrelevant contentSpam (pure self-promotion)OtherDetailsYour emailPlease enter a valid email address.Submit CancelContent flaggedWe will review this content. Thanks for helping make the site more useful to everyone. To learn more, read Zillow's Good Neighbor Policy.We're sorry. This service is temporarily unavailable. Please come back later and try again.