We’ve had bad experiences twice with the same office now – Max Brooks in Birmingham, MI, both as a buyer.
In the first instance a few years ago, Edie Franklin refused, despite my wife’s concerns, to put any sort of late departure penalties in the contract for a house she was buying.
Naturally, the person departed late and caused a delay in getting into the house, additional storage fees etc (though we did recover the additional costs from the seller). More recently be bought a house with Eva Morrow as the agent.
She seemed reasonable and we had no reason to believe that one problem agent indicted the entire office.
What a mistake. As a result of her failure to deliver some specific paperwork at closing, we’re now being hit with over $2800 in water assessments that the seller had agreed to pay.
The broker – Jon Swords – has simply ignored any outreach to try to address the situation.
Given the broker’s complete disregard for addressing an expensive problem, I’d have a difficult time recommending anyone at that office for any real estate work.
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