Current market conditions are prompting more and more buyers to conduct pre-inspections of listed properties before writing an offer. While that practice isn’t necessarily a problem, issues can arise if the true intent of the visit to the property isn’t shared with the listing agent and seller.
For example, the seller of a listed property was surprised to hear from a neighbor that there were two men on the roof during the day while the homeowner was away. The homeowner reached out to the listing agent. The listing agent investigated and learned that a buyer’s agent scheduled a visit to the property using ShowingTime. The “appointment type” was referenced as “showing”. However, the purpose of the visit was to…
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