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    Real estate agent entered property without consent, made tenants' beds
    14 June 2018
    Quote Originally Posted by Stuff
    A real estate agent who entered a rental property without the tenants' consent – and made their beds – has landed the property's owner with a fine.
    Another example of those REA ethics which as so splendid. So mouthpiece Bindi Norwell avers.

    The REA breaks the law - the owner gets fined.

    Sounds fair enough - right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry View Post
    Real estate agent entered property without consent, made tenants' beds
    14 June 2018


    Another example of those REA ethics which as so splendid. So mouthpiece Bindi Norwell avers.

    The REA breaks the law - the owner gets fined.

    Sounds fair enough - right?

    Use a reputable Independent PM and avoid certain REA outfits like the plague.
    What? The tenants won't meet with the REA. So he goes there and tidies up their house, and they're upset?
    Squadly dinky do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davo36 View Post
    What? The tenants won't meet with the REA. So he goes there and tidies up their house, and they're upset?
    I thought the REA should send a bill for home help services rendered.

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    I wonder, will the REA be reimbursing the owner out of the sale commission?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry View Post
    I wonder, will the REA be reimbursing the owner out of the sale commission?
    That would be up to them to negotiate.
    The right person had to pay - the REA was an agent of the LL, just as any contractor would be.

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    If the REA was following all the necessary owner's briefing / RTS guidelines, perhaps.

    But if the REA was acting contrary to the owner's instructions, then vicarious atonement seems inappropriate, to say the least.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flyernzl View Post
    There's always the jobs that come with more regulations.
    And more corruption rather than less.


 

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