April 1st, 2013 2:13 PM by Eric Fang
For the service industry, our first priority is toserve our clients best. And from my experience andmy education(MBA), if we can have the best service, we do not need to worry about the pay checks.
But it's not truely the case for everyone. Last Friday,I spent a lot of time with a buyer agent who askedme to work with the buyer to ask buyer to signthe agreement to remove the loan contigency.Though the loan was conditionally approved, I did not suggest to remove since the appraisal reportwas not completed(buyer will have some risk of losing the deposit check if anything wrong withthe appraisal report).
This buyyer agent wrote about 5 emails to me topush us to remove the contigency, he did noteven try to work with the listing agent to ask for the extension. The listing agent is veryreasonable guy and agreed to extend for a few moredays after our requests.
I don't understand why a selling agent wasso unwilling to work on buyer's side. And Italked to another buyer this weekend, whotried not use him as agent any more sincethis buyer also knows the agent just works for the money, the check, and not trying to do a little bit more for his clients.