I contacted Mr. Larrazabal, based on his rating on Zillow, regarding a property I found in Miami. The home was under the HomeSteps first look for 8 days before it because available to investors. Initially, he seemed informative but was purposely dragging his feet on getting me the contract. With 4 days left before the homesteps expiration, he sent me the first contract for a cash sale and asked me to fax it in. He failed to give me the fax number for two days. He finally reached out and said I need to offer more money. I informed him I could not afford to offer more on a cash sale and could not find a mortgage broker for a mortgage under 50k. The day before homesteps expired, he said he had a contact at BB&T that was willing to offer a mortgage under 50k so i agreed to raise my offer contingent on financing. the next day, the day Homesteps expired, he finally sent me the second contract to fill out. I promptly filled out the contract, faxed it, and he confirmed he received it. I asked him for the bank POC info and status on the contract submission for 4 days; He did not respond to my calls or texts. As a result, I reached out to Miami realty, the property listing agent, and was informed a contract was never submitted. I had to call Caldwell Bankers corporate office and South florida regional manager just to get him to reply to a text message. I don't know the exact reason why he purposely delayed the contract submission, failed to communicate, or refused to provide the Banks POC, but the perception of malicious intent is evident. The LACK of professional courtesy, loss of time and sale will prevent me from every working with him or the Caldwell Miami Beach Branch office.