Apparently in some brokerages Brokers do no agent training...and further no supervision....they do not read
listings or offers and multiply the liability of the brokerage with Newbies....and others thtat THINK they know what to
do....and do not. Our MLS listings specifically say that agents accompany all inspectors for inspections in their entireity.....which apparently does not mean that they know the inspector left the heat off and did not return it to a safe Wisconsin
winter level of heat when the inspection concluded, and there is was no agent in attenance OR she doesn't know the difference between 40 and 60 degree indoor temperatures.
Every time you....as an agent....OR as your Buyer's representative wish to enter the property OR be on the premises you must have the peermission of the listing agent. Whether it is a "go 'n show" or not has nothing you do with "your rights"...you are a visitor and you have none.You have to ask permission whether it is thru the listing agent or showing company as the agent directs. ....you are a guest of the Seller.
Just because you were given permission once
to show the property does not mean you hand out the lockbox or tell
whatever contractor the may come and go as they wish.
Be respectful.....your Mother, your Broker,the listing agent and most importantly, the Seller(s)expect it.
Thiis has been a professional public service message brought to you by Sally K. & David L. Hanson, nBroker Associates with Keller Williams proudly representing southeastern Wisconsin.