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For the most part. The agent was useless in this transaction. I had to send my stuff to the bank twice. There were two files open and it delayed the process and I corrected not the agent or their title company. When she listed it the amount was too low. She based her comps on houses with Mold damage in basement. We got an offer on 1st day after hit MLS listing. It was too low and yes I overstepped my bounderies and made a counter offer for the full MLS listing. Both agents were suprised but the buyer still signed. The listing agent came to show the house and I showed it to the clients. I answered all their questions. I want the 6% commission. All they did was put the MLS listing on, wrote a contract and had both parties sign.
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