Re: Oh Please! Some Of His Inspection “Techniques” Are Ridiculous - Posted by JohnBoy
Posted by JohnBoy on June 21, 2000 at 20:36:36:
From NYC : ethics or not many offices wont present these “goofball” offers, and when more than one or two or three offices do it than you (the buyer) will not waste your time trying to sue or complaining about each offices ethics or rule breaking.
Why??? I wouldn’t have a problem.
what the brighter r.e. offices will tell you is that if your partner, inspector etc. will have to inspect or approve the prop. than have them look at it asap and then the offer will be presented. I’ve been an agent in the past and i will not present an offer that has an escape clause that i consider “ridiculous” and easy to get around, if so than give me a minimum $100 (certified funds) NON-REFUNDABLE good faith deposit. DONT WASTE MY TIME !!!
Your funny:) So if I was to pay for an inspection before you would present the offer, does that mean you would be willing to pay my expenses should my offer not be excepted?? What about MY time? I’m the customer, it’s YOUR JOB to submit offers. Isn’t that what is required of YOUR TIME on behalf of the seller?
Besides, if you refused to submit the offer, I would just go directly to the seller myself. Then I’d explain how their agent said he didn’t have the TIME to waste after they accepted my offer!
If this is your definition of the brighter offices, I’d sure hate to see what the not so bright ones are like. LOL
I guess you never heard of due diligence, huh?