CENTURY 21® Quality Service Survey Agent: Paul Robnett Office: CENTURY 21 Beutler & Associates Overall Score 99% Customer: Joel & Melissa Vach Additional comments Paul Robnett was by far the best real estate professional I have ever worked with, he truly embodied a service mentality and made a difficult bank owned property transaction a reality. I do not provide references often - but I will gladly refer Paul to anyone who needs the services of a real estate professional. 1 - 4 5 - 7 8 - 10 Score Overall, how would you rate your CENTURY 21 agent with regard to your recent property transaction? 10 Please rate your satisfaction with your CENTURY 21 agent, along each of the characteristics listed below: Regularly stayed in touch 10 Knowledgeable about the market 10 Understood what was important 10 Resolution of any issue that arose 10 Explaining the Agreement 9 Managing the details from contract to close 10 Overall, how would you rate the CENTURY 21 office you worked with (location, literature, Web site, etc.)? 9 How likely are you to recommend your CENTURY 21 office and/or agent to a friend or colleague? 10 How likely are you to use your CENTURY 21 office and/or agent in future property transactions, should the need arise? 10Paul RobnettCENTURY 21® Quality Service Survey Agent: Paul Robnett Office: CENTURY 21 Beutler & Associates Overall Score 91% Transaction Type: Buyer Customer: Cathie & Marcus Smith Additional comments We had a very difficult transaction due to seller special contracts. It took untold hours of Paul's time and ours to get it sorted out. Paul, despite a very small commission, did everything possible and necessary to make it successful. We would not have been able to complete the transaction without Paul’s professionalism. Paul is a kind, caring professional and I am happy to have had this opportunity to get to know himPaul Robnett
Answers (2)Displaying: 2 Most Recent AnswersAnswered: Mar 2, 2012The AG zone (agriculture) in Kootenai county means that the property cannot be divided below 20 acres. It can have a home on it. I suspect that you are looking at a property that is advertised and residential, meaning it has a home on it, but is within AG zoningAnswered: Mar 2, 2012The way to get on this site is to listing with a Real Estate Broker. Some agents and broker will accept a limited service listing for a small fee and place it on the MLS which will feed it into this site. That is the best way to get the most exposure for your property. Please let me know if I can be of any further help.
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