I sold my home for 19k below the value that was assessed by Capital One appraisor in 2016 because Richelle Recckio, the agent handling the property said I could sell to an investor & close within a month, but I had to take a lower price. I agreed & after 2.5 months we finally closed. Unknown to me, and contrary to the contract, she sold to a family who had to get a mortgage, thus 2.5 months. Time was exactly why I went for the "cash deal" at a lower price. Or so I thought. The new owner family "fixed" the house up & moved in in less than a month. What happened? Richelle indicated in her response to my review that there were multiple offers & I took the most attractive one for my situation. The contract DID NOT state October closing. I do have a copy of the contract. The contract said cash & as per the multiple text messages I still have from Richelle, the cash sale of a home owned outright was expected to close within the month. Richelle says she was trying to get the best price but when I texted her to reduce the listed price to see if we might get better offers she didn't do so. Because of this, there was no additional interest generated for the house. She kept it listed at 58k above the price it sold for. She kept coming back to me with the same low ball offer with the selling point that it would close within the month. Should I post the text message exchange? I wish I had the advantage of an honest review when I selected the realtor. If you look online, the situation I described is a scenario reported with some realtors time and time again. Seller beware. You can lose much of the investment you spent your life making if you choose the wrong realtor.
6000 Sheridan DrBuffalo, NY 14221
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