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Attack of the ‘pushy’ agent

Did Realtor violate code or expose subpar service?

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DEAR BERNICE: I just listed my condominium for sale. An agent who lives in my building knocked on my door and yelled at me for not listing with her, saying she knows the building better than anyone else. She also claimed that my listing agent has so many listings that he will have no time for me now that the contract is signed. So far, we have had only two showings in the last week. I'm beginning to wonder if the agent in my building is right. On the other hand, she is so pushy I can't imagine having to go through a transaction with her. She actually tried to push her way into my home even though I was standing in the doorway blocking her. I signed a six-month listing. Should I just wait and see what happens? --Paula W. DEAR PAULA: First, the agent who lives in your building is completely out of line. In fact, not only has she violated the Realtor Code of Ethics, she could be subject to disciplinary action from her local board of Realtors as well as the potential loss o...