Is it legal for a realtor to sent prospective buyers to an occupied home without her and without notice to the occupants?

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answer by Natallia Tsarkouskaya    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Most showing instructions spell out the answer to this question: a licensed realtor should be PHYSICALLY present at the time of the showing. Realtors who disregard this requirement, are not only subject to fine for violation, they risk losing their license.
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answer by Tyson Reeves    |   Contact Me
Realtors that are caught sending people to homes without permission from the seller are heavily fined here in the Metro Detroit area.
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answer by Natalie Sjaardema    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Wow....that sounds highly unethical! Is there an agreement between you and the seller of the property? I would call the Landlord and have that discussion. Best of Luck to you!
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answer by CAROLYN GIANDONATO    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
It is completely unethical. Secondly, very dangerous to the occupants of the home.
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answer by Denise Love    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
It is unprofessional and very inconsiderate and against the standard of practice for an agent to send a Buyer to a home unaccompanied by Agent and w/o prior notice.
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answer by Dave Baker    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
In my area, we are not supposed to send a buyer into any listing without being present - whether the house is occupied or vacant.
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