posted on May, 25 2022 @ 02:17 PM
Hi, so i have a weird situation going on, i am trying to buy a place from the middle of nowhere, went to check out the place, seemed nice, and i got
the the building inspection papers to go trough at home. once home i noticed that the report was two years old, and the building has been empty for
two winters, so lots of things can go wrong with the building in that time, so i figured to offer the asking price, if it includes a new inspection.
so phoned the realtor, but after a minute, he just hung up on me, before that, he did tried to convince me not to get a new inspection done, that was
pretty strange, since it common practice here. Anyways, the problem seems to also be that the realtor is retired, and is doing this as a hobby, he was
also obviously an alcoholic, around 60-70 years old.
I am worried that the realtor might be too deep in the ol hooch to get things done, or might be just senile,
Now i have one question, what can i do?
I found the contact information of the owner from the building inspection, should i dismiss the realtor and directly contact the seller? seems like
poor etiquette but in all fairness the realtor was not fit to do the job anymore,was rude, and just hung up on me even when i offered the asking price
for the house.