The agent introduced us very quickly to the person nominally acting for the buyer and after a ridiculous initial limit being proposed managed a more reasonable offer though a considerable drop in what he cosidered a fair selling price. later it was less satisfactory and i had to question him whether he was acting for the buyer or us the seller! After some slight confusion he confirmed he was acting for us. Another annoying point was that very near conclusion your agent presented a ridiculous suggestion that we should go halves on some improvements and that this was normal practice: ourselves and our solicitor rightly knew this was just a try on. And told him so. The final thing was the cock and bull story that the money for the two properties had been sent in error to the other solicitor!. In fact the buyer had not even made a deposit.
The fact is there are a lot of buy-to-let landlords out there who are as crafty as foxes and we feel your agents should warn us and others that we should be aware of this. How cheeky of the buyer to try and delay the hand over by a month because he could not organise his builders.
WE gave him average as he was pleasant and probably this is what one can expect from estate agents. We have recently sold another property and your .performance was on the whole better than that one
PS representative is spelt thus not as you have it.