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I totally understand what you are saying and makes me INSANE to read. I don't know where this property is located but in TN, we have agency, which means we can represent ONE party and ONE party only. If I am the listing agent representing the "sellers" interests, I cannot..... represent yours. PERIOD. They can drop to facilitator which means a pencil pusher and represent neither party. Unfortunatley, I am not into lawsuits and many are because the sellers thought the agent represented them and buyers thought same. Not the case! They are GREEDY! Want both sides and actually represent NO ONE. AS a listing agent representing the Seller, it is my job if you call to see the property, to SHOW it. If you have interest and want to make an offer, I explain that I represent the seller and cannot represent YOU. You can either find a Buyers Agent to represent your interests or have the Broker assign one you agree to. I have never in 12 years SOLD one of my own listings. Ethical I Guess. The fact that the Sellers agent refused to show you the property means she was not REPRESENTING her sellers best interests! And I would contact the bank that had the property and make them aware of all including the Real Estate Board. As far as your Buyers Agent not wanting to write because a bank was large means you chose the wrong Buyers Agent. I would find a reputable Buyers Agent, write your offer and submit to the agent, copy to broker, and have them call and fax the lender. Any offer you write MUST be submitted to the seller in a timely manner unless in a state where the laws are???()()*) They MUST be submitted.MY job as a listing agent is to get the HOME SOLD. And I would imagine the seller whether bank, HUD, whatever would not want ANY agent listing their homes that is not doing 110% to sell the home. PERIOD
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