I spent a couple days working with Mr. Hagaman to try to purchase a residence for my family. He was offering overpriced properties and did not listen to our requests. Specifically, the houses he chose to show were valued much higher than comparable properties listed on Zillow. We listed our requirements that houses must be in good neighborhoods. One house he showed was in front of a water treatment plant. another house was on a busy road near the hospital. It seems that Mr. Hagaman did not do his homework at all. In the end, I had to compile a list of properties from Zillow to see, which is the work of the agent. It was a waste of our time. I would not recommend hiring him as a real estate agent.
I'm not sure who this is. It is pretty hard to defend myself when I don't know what context any of this would have taken place. That said, I am sure I was offering for consideration homes that were available in a price range and geographic perimeter with some attributes requested by the the buyer. It may be that they were looking for attributes that did not exist at their budget or geographic preferences. All I can say is that I do seriously and diligently search for the best options for people that ask for my services. I am not convinced that this is actually someone I have worked with, but there again I don't know who wrote this. It seems unfair on Zillow's part that someone can write something like this and they can use my name and reputation, but remain anonymous to me and everyone else.