I recently posted the answer to a question on Trulia.
The question was about a home in Princeton, NJ, a very pricey area, where the poster told of a home that was 200k cheaper than most and told the reading audience that the property had power lines basically up against it.
Now, any person with a brain would realize that not a good thing (see this link if you don’t know what I am talking about).
My first response to the person was as follows:
I would like to see the seller disclosure and how the agent marketed the property. And for that matter, why they took the listing!”
And then the back and forth posts started coming. But the best was as follows:
” I have listed and sold homes near high tension wires…..as have many agents, Buyers are free to make their own decisions.”
Wow. I was blown away.
Are we as agents there to just list and sell with blinders on?
Aren’t we there to guide people to do the right thing then sleep at night.
BTW, the post was removed because it was not in the form of a questions (a Jeopardy violation!). Is it Trulia’s right to do this? This was just getting good!