I agree with the previous review, it appears as though we have had much the same experience. I was treated rudely, lied to and lived in a property that was not repaired from day one. I would advise NEVER using Eagle, Ginger was also rude and condescending. Renter Beware!!!!
We hired Steven Foster of ERA Four Corners Real Estate to sell our home and property. He made a lot of promises and did not follow through. We were locked into a 12 month contract with him, it was the worst decision ever. He said he would be present during every showing of my property to "sell it" but when we did get showings he would not come, even when we asked him too. He said he would put an information box on our property with fliers in it, we never got this. He said he would put up custom signs for our property, he never did. He put up his signs but did not put them on the highway leading to our property. He said if our property didn't sell within a couple of months he would lower his commission percentage and offer more commission to the buyers agent as an incentive, he never did this. He never regularly advertised our property in the 12 months, not even following through with promises of advertising via free sources like craigslist. He would never advertise our property in the local newspaper. He would never do an open house even when we requested it. He promised to do an "Agent Open House" where he would invite other agents to see our property, he never did this. He would not return calls or texts even if they were sent multiple times or messages left at his office. Although we did get a few other real estate agents that showed our property during the listing time Mr. Foster, nor anyone from his office, ever showed our property to any clients during the 12 month contract. The only time Mr. Foster ever contacted us during the entire 12 months after we signed the listing contract was a couple weeks prior to listing expiring to try and get us to come and meet with him to re-list the property. Hiring Mr. Stephen Foster with ERA Four Corners Real Estate was a huge mistake.