Patricia S Harris
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I know this is old news, but I just dealt with this as a consumer, and I had to express my frustration somewhere. I emailed my auto insurance vendor with a really quick, easy question. Their response: "At what number can I call you?" My response: "None. I prefer to deal with this via email." Service people should communicate with clients the way that clients want to communicate. Period. Sorry, again, I know we've killed this one, but I had to vent...
Stunningly, we're less than two weeks away from the end of the third quarter of 2013. Go back and look at the goals you set for the year. How are you doing vs the most important metrics you set for yourself? Do you plan to make any adjustments during the fourth quarter? And if you didn't set any goals for the year, do you think you will be setting some for 2014?
According to Leslie, life in the
Amy: I am not the sharpest either, but I *think* all the fuss, in a nutshell, is this: Z takes listings other agents work hard to obtain, and then leverages those listings to create leads, which they sell to OTHER AGENTS. So, *some* agents take exception, citing the logic of "I worked my butt off to get that listing, and now someone else is leveraging it to sell *some* of the fruits of my labor - the leads my listings might create - to some other agent who has zero connection to my listing." I *think* that's the crux. If I'm wrong, anyone, feel free to correct me.
Cindy: For purposes of this question, let's assume it's a black and white violation. The original question wasn't about how we determine whether an act was or was not truly a violation; it was simply what you do assuming it IS an ethics violation.
Mitchell: I'm getting annoyed at myself for writing this so often in this group, but NYC real estate and "rest of the country" real estate are so different in so many ways. For real estate purposes, you might as well be another country. #MERICA #NYCRE
Not only does it allow for reporting of when the box was opened and who opened it, but you can program the lockboxes so that they only open during certain hours. If a seller insists that no showings take place before 10am or after 8PM and you want to avoid showings that start early or late, you can restrict the box.