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Why is it that Keller Williams Staff seem to think they have some right to under value property.

  • January 27 2009 - Brighton
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We are now dealing with owners only. I feel sorry for the people who put their trust in these agents to rent their homes and then the agent tries to get interested parties to buy a different home instead of renting. To top it all off, the house is still listed for rent, and when i drove by it there was still a for rent sign on the property.
  • November 29 2012
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That sounds like a terrible experience. Certainly not very professional. There are bad offices in more than one company just like there are good agents with bad offices. I'm sorry that you ran into a bad office and agent combo. I sure hope that you found another agent that was able to help.
  • November 29 2012
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HOME OWNERS AND RENTERS BEWARE!!!!!!!!!
We just had three hours of our lives stolen from us by Keller Williams in Colorado springs co . we went in to fill out paperwork pertaining to a rental property that we were told we were going to be able to move into right away. Pay attention home owners who use Keller Williams to manage their rental properties. First they tried to talk us out of renting this home and buying another house. Then when i told them what I did for a living, making jewelry, the Realtor said she dabbled in jewelry as well and pulled out some amethyst bracelets that still had a tag on them and claimed she made them. I recognized these right away because they were from the same place that i buy my stones. in the same form. lol what a joke. so here we are fat wallets ready to put down whatever on the property, while they made small chit chat about who cares kind of crap. By now we knew they were liars as they had been caught in one lie anyway. then after three hours of them trying to talk us out of renting your home south Hancock home owner. they sent another Realtor in to say so sorry it was rented this morning. but here are your papers back and we will call you when we find something that meets your criteria. they asked us to buy again and then when we made it clear again we weren't ready to buy they said so sorry i have other clients but we will be in touch. They didn't even take our info to do that. Again another lie. DON'T USE KELLER WILLIAMS FOR ANYTHING. BOTTOM LINE THEY WANT YOU TO GO FOR THE PACKAGE THAT MAKES THEM THE MOST MONEY, EVEN AT THE EXPENSE OF THEIR CLIENTS
  • November 28 2012
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How do the sale prices look now?
  • December 17 2009
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how about if the agent is correct in his valuation. I find many sellers think they are still in the middle of a real estate boom, the boom is over and prices are dropping by the month. The worst thing you can do is overprice your house and spend the next year chasing the market downward.
  • January 27 2009
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Do you have a selling agent who is pricing your house lower than you think is the fair market value?  If that is the case, ask the agent to put together a package of the competition that he/she is using for a suggested list price.  You do have a right to review this.  You don't have to agree with the number but the best way to never sell is to overprice the house relative to recent sold comps.

If you think a KW agent has put in a low ball offer, then the potential buyer is probably driving the offer. 

It isn't clear from your question exactly what has happened.
  • January 27 2009
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It's unfortunate if that is the case in your area. Usually we see that inexperienced agents will overprice a house to 'get the listing' . The best way to determine the value of a home is to hire a licensed appraiser. 
  • January 27 2009
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Only one person at any office would work with the seller to determinr price. perhaps the property has some kind of a major defect not noticeable from the outside that could affect the selling price. If a property is priced well below market it will sell immediately and perhaps that is the goal of the seller. Many factors come into play here. You can always call the Agent directly and ask him/her these questions.
  • January 27 2009
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? If this is a concern, I would call the local office and see if it is policy or just a few agents trying to create more interest in the market with lower list prices.
  • January 27 2009
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