Access Premier Properties

Access Premier Properties

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Published: 30 October 2020

Posted by: Anonymous

Just prior to my family and I going on our summer vacation July 22, 2015, Mr. Arland B. Landis, (Realtor), asked Deborah Gaillard Miller and this writer, Herbert Miller to write a statement “revoking the listing broker’s authority pursuant to paragraph 15 of the listing agreement” and have it signed and notarized in which we did so. It was signed and notarized at Schenectady City Hall by a notary public county clerk on July 28, 2015. Initially we wanted to completely take our home off the market due to personal circumstances with the possibility of putting it back on at a later date. Our intentions where explained to Mr. Landis but because of Mr. Landis’s snide remarks and unprofessional behavior, manipulation and assuming we will take on another realtor during a phone conversation, Deborah and I decided to seek counsel and attempt to re-list our home. What was the purpose of said notarized statement?. Therefore, Mr. Landis, upset about his assumptions and our actions, acted out the following. Deborah and I told Mr. Landis, in an e-mail that was sent July 21, 2018 stating “we no longer require his services as our agent to represent us in the sale of our home and would like the current real estate contract terminated as of July 21, 2015”. This was the exact time Mr. Landis request we write a statement to revoke listing broker’s authority pursuant to paragraph 15 of the listing agreement. Once again, what was the purpose of said notarized statement?. After (Mr. Landis) speaking to Deborah Miller on July 30, 2018 as per her conversation with me, you stated (Arland B.Landis) to her “we are currently under contract and the said contract will not be terminated and/or revoked”. To add, numerous e-mail attempts and text messages, in which you refuse to respond, and/or change the status on this website… crmls.paragonrels.com/ParagonLS/Default.mvc/Login from “cond’1 to “unconditional withdrawal”. Interestingly Mr. Landis stated to Deborah there are over 200 people suddenly and mysteriously interested in our home but due to the current listing condition there is nothing he (Mr. Landis) can do to get our house sold. My first initial contact to Mr. Landis on this subject was July 9, 2018 whereas I stated, I would like an “Unconditional Withdrawal” severing all ties and representation as our real estate agent and expunge our current contract. This wrtiter being somewhat naive, trusting and unfamiliar with real estate listing agreements, contracts and legal jargon feel we where taken advantage of and duped into signing an “Conditional Withdrawl” thinking that would solve the matter at hand. To our surprise, Mr. Landis manipulated us into signing what’s called an “Conditional Release fr. Exclusive Listing Agreement – 1” which entails a 6 month, no listing of our home on the market contract condition and if we at anytime make a decision to re-list our home with another real estate agency we will not be able to do so and will be locked in with “Access Premier Properties” for said duration. Deborah and I tried repeatedly to rectify the matter as civil as possible but Mr.Landis refuses to act in a civilized manner, solve the problem and honor our wishes. This relationship between seller and realtor went completely and totally down hill. Unbeknown to us, in the “World of Realtors” it is circulated that Mr. Landis is known to have an unsavory reputation with his clients, display bad business practices and not well liked amongst his peers. There’s no way we feel Mr. Landis, at this point in time, has our best interest at hand going forward and are totally confused and frustrated as to why Mr. Landis would want to continue such a non-constructive, volatile and hostile relationship with a client, meaning, why put us through such heartache and turmoil? all the while Mr. Landis, at any point, can simply do what would be proper and necessary and let us go our merry way.

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