most likely cannot reach the person you've chosen to represent you. Odds are, your stealth agent is impeding the entire transaction from going smooth on all sides; not just yours. And, odds are, they are costing you money whether you
know it or not. Don't expect them to tell you their lack of communication and professionalism is costing you money. They'll blame the other guy.
How do you avoid a stealth agent? That's a hard one, because they are impressive as they fly by dazzling us all with their brilliance. They have a lot of zeal and
Here are a few red flags you might have a stealth real estate
Unable to explain what is happening in terms you understand.
Waits until the last minute to notify and/or address contractual deadlines.
Unforeseen hurdles continually pop up in your transaction causing major drama.
Spends a lot of time on social media.
Pops on page 1 of your web results.
Consistently late to appointments.
Doesn't return phone calls in a timely fashion and/or is only willing to communicate via novel length text messages.
How do you avoid a stealth agent? That is tough. Best advice
is REFERRALS, REFERRALS, REFERRALS. Rarely will someone refer a real estate agent that fits the stealth criteria; IF they've actually worked a real estate
transaction with them. Make sure your close one's referrals
include first hand working intimacy with the real estate agent as their skills
pertain to real estate.