March 11, 2013
616 Stone Highway
I was told by you that you are a licensed real estate broker, and was under the impression that you would be able to sell my home in a professional manner. You have proved to me that you do not posses the ability to properly sell my home. This is a serious matter and you have breached your duties that we had a clear agreement about. Some reasons why I believe you have failed to complete you responsibilities are you told potential buyers that Abraham Lincoln lived in the house once, when actually only one of Lincoln’s distant cousins stayed there for a day. Also, you told the people that were looking at the house to put in lowball offers around 80% of the actual list price, and said the reason was because Sonia told you confidentially that she had a drug addiction and needed the money to pay for rehab. Then you took a deposit and put it into your personal account which makes it look like your trying to pocket extra money. You lied about selling 10 houses in the past three months in the same area as Sonia's when this is truthfully not the case. Another point I'd like to bring up is how you represented your self in such an un professional way that made it look like selling the home was a joke. You showed to Open houses Smelling like alcohol, wearing flip-flops and a T-shirt, and while you were supposed to be assisting people around the home you just decided to watch TV instead. Another day you took clients to view the house in an old beat up truck. You even made unfair calls to ignore prospects with section 8 housing assistance telling them, "This is not a welfare house for sale." when Sonia didn't agree to such act.
All of these examples lead me to my argument of how you have failed to partake in the correct way to sell a home. Lying to a prospect saying that Abraham Lincoln lived in the house when he actually did not is not going to help the home sell and you being a real estate agent...
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