My domestic partner had chosen her to work with us because who he desired to work with was not licensed in RI, only MA. If it was up to me, I would have utilized someone more local to us as we are from MA & we had to always do the running around to their Woonsocket location. She is licensed in MA and RI, and could have, at some points, met us half way to sign things such as a release form, or even offered to actually meet ME half way to give me a check in hand when it comes in. No, I have to 1. pick it up or 2. have her mail it to me. So she will help you if it's self serving to her in my opinion. She won't go out of her way. And one would think, that if she is selling in MA, this should NOT pose a problem to meet someone to give them a check - but that was never offered. Would be too much for her, since she doesn't benefit from it. My biggest issue with Linda is when we were negotiating we conveyed to her we had NO MONEY to put into a house that had big ticket items that needed to be addressed during home inspection. She stated she had to notify us of all the counter offers, but when an individual desires something, and they can't do further, to keep calling stating well the sellers will do this, but can you do that? --which would have cost us 2K out of pocket was ridiculous. I feel like she didn't listen to what we kept saying (which was stated verbally and in writing). She kept stating it was part of negotiation. NOT IF YOU DO NOT HAVE THE MONEY to NEGOTIATE. Then I find out the house that we had issues with (those sellers) were trying to buy a house with the owner Duane Boucher for whom Linda works for. So it is not hard to put 2 and 2 together and see that she tried to push this deal on us, not to benefit us, but to benefit her boss. She kept stating she was working for us. If that was the case, the deal would not have been going back and forth since as a buyer, if you state I have no more money on hand she should know that means what is exactly implied. She then says on further houses that she will attempt to pull disclosures online prior to bringing us out. That would have been nice to know on many of the 7-8 houses we saw instead of wasting a whole day on the process of seeing those houses. If you're traveling a half hour or 40 minutes from your job, you don't desire your time wasted. That particular information (that she could obtain disclosures online) BEFORE we met up, would have been nice to know PRIOR. I also think she needs to not rely on calling one person and expecting them to relay messages back to the other. She seems to not have the time to wait for TWO people to be on the phone and conference in at the same time, she rather just talk to one or the other. After the deal fell threw I was notified by my partner that she didn't have time for him anymore because he said her "turn around time severely lacked" after we rejected to go forth with buying a home that had many problems. Evidently she said she had a lot to do lately, like process my refund deposit. Which is funny, since if she actually listened to us from the get go, that check could have processed the Friday we stated we could not come up with any more money. Even when I stated to her that I did NOT desire to hear from her anymore, she kept on texting me. I knew my deposit check was coming back as I told her where to send it. She states she is more of a conversationalist on the phone, but I suggest you write emails and keep track of what you state to her, as evidently you can relate one thing to her and she does the opposite. Do what's right for you, because as a Realtor she is looking to make a profit. Hilarious she stated to my partner she would show him 50 homes until he found the right one, but when he stated he asked her about some she said "sorry things didn't work out" when he still figured he had to work w/ her as he thinks he's under a 3 mo contract. I wouldn't recommend her myself unless you do your own research on the house you're looking into without relying on her (remember she is trying make a profit), the sellers etc.