No, we’re not going to break into an ad for Match.Com or eHarmony or another one of those online dating services. You’re on your own there. Rather, here are a few rather rhetorical questions borne of actual questions and situations over the past month …
If you believe the best value you can find is a short sale (and it’s probably not, but that’s a different story for another day), and your agent refuses to show you short sales, why are you working with that agent?
If you have time to look at homes on a Sunday and you want to look at homes on Sunday, why are you working with an agent who doesn’t work on Sunday? (Actual quote – “My REALTOR doesn’t work Sundays so I don’t want to call and bother him, but I want to see this house so I called you.”)
If you’re working with an agent to find a home in a given area, why are you using the search on another agent’s site to find a home?
Put another way, why aren’t you searching on your agent’s website instead of mine if you already have decide they’ll be assisting you? And if they don’t have a useful homes search on their website and can’t meet your needs, why are you working with them?
This last one came up twice yesterday … anyone who wants to do is welcome to use the Phoenix Homes search here. But I do sell real estate for a living, as some of you may have come to realize. I don’t think it’s inappropriate to ask for the chance to earn your business, especially when it’s clear a need of some sort’s not being met.
I’m just saying …[tags]Phoenix real estate[/tags]