How to tell whether you are being stalked by a celebrity or a real estate agent?
Posted On July 27, 2021
You have to be careful.
A real estate agency’s stalking tactics can be very subtle.
So if you are approached by a high-profile celebrity, or even a high school teacher, it might be best to ignore it and move on.
But if you’re being stalkered by a realtor, there’s an easy way to determine if it’s a scam or a legitimate business deal.
If you’re getting stalked, call the policeYou might not even realize that you’re not being stalkers.
In fact, it’s hard to say whether it’s real or a scam, since it depends on the type of activity you’re experiencing.
You might not realize that your name is on a listing, or that the listing is a real one, or perhaps that it’s actually a real agent or a property manager.
So, how do you know if it is a scam?
First, you should check to see if there’s a listing on the property, or if the real estate agents are using real estate as a cover to collect commissions.
If the listing appears legitimate, and the real agent is clearly a property agent, it could be a scam.
If it appears to be real, but it’s being done by a property owner, it may be a legitimate transaction.
But you might want to check the business agreement, which should include some details on the terms and conditions of the sale.
If the agent promises to make the buyer’s interest known to the seller within 14 days, the transaction could be legitimate.
And if the seller promises to keep the buyer informed, and there’s no notice of the seller’s intentions to close, the buyer might not have any reason to be concerned.
But when it comes to real estate, there are still some things to watch out for.
If your name appears on a real listing, and you’re actually being stalkied by a reputable real estate company, you might be in trouble.
If a real property manager is harassing you, you may want to take it to a lawyer.
In some states, it is illegal to sell or lease real estate without the consent of the buyer.
And the realtor has the right to terminate a transaction without notice.
So you might need to get a lawyer, even if the transaction is in good faith.
But in most states, a lawyer can make sure the deal is fair and fair for the buyer and the seller.
So you may be able to make out an agreement that is fair to both parties.
In many states, the realty agent is required to give you a copy of the business contract, and he or she can usually be contacted at the seller or real estate firm, and asked if there are any problems.
But beware, because the real-estate agent is also required to keep you informed of all the details.
If that’s the case, the lawyer can give you the following:1.
The name of the real house or condo the agent is selling.2.
The address of the property.3.
The date the property will be sold.4.
A description of the lot(s) on the lot.5.
The general condition of the building.6.
If there are problems with the real property, such as mold, broken glass, water damage, or mold in the building(s).7.
A copy of any notices that have been sent to you.8.
The amount of money owed to the real home owner.9.
If you have any questions about the deal, including whether there’s any legal recourse if there is a problem, such in case the seller tries to sell the property to a third party.10.
If any other terms or conditions of a sale have been modified or changed, including by a different real estate salesperson.11.
The number of days that have passed since the sale was completed.12.
If a lawyer has been contacted by the seller and you need to speak to him or her.13.
Any additional information you may need to provide.
If there’s been any change to the contract, including if there have been disputes over the terms of sale, you could be in serious trouble.
So if you think you are the victim of a scam by a fake real estate broker, or realtor harassing you online, you’ll need to contact the realtors association.
It may not be the right time to call, but if you call the association, it can help you determine if the matter is a legitimate scam or if it could become a serious problem for you.
If realtor is stalking you, call 911If a business manager or real-life real estate officer is stalking a person who is trying to sell real estate to you, or to a person trying to buy real estate for you, and they’re using a false name or using a fake email address, you can call 911.
The National Association of Realtors advises people to call 911 if they believe their privacy is being violated.
If they are harassing you