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Recent Real Estate Agent Reviews in Eddington

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    Tammy Smith Real Estate
    She came up and obviously reviewed the property.  She gave us an appraisal.  She listed it, shown it and brought us multiple offers.  Some of which worked out, some eventually worked out and some did not work out, none of her doing like financial or whatever.  I only sold through her,  I did not purchase through her and the cost for it was just the standard commission.  The big thing about her is that if you call she will call you right back.  Her friendliness, her demeanor, she was up front and she would tell you and her honesty probably is the biggest thing, that was something we were looking for in a Realtor.  I will use her again.
    - Donald B.
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    RE/MAX ADVANTAGE
    I learned that Doug Oliver was listing a property that I wanted. I called him, and he responded immediately. soon after the actual listing, we met at his office to ink the P&S Agreement. We set a closing date one month from the P&S signing. During that month, I had a few questions and concerns, which he addressed promptly. He showed up to the closing on time, and we completed it quickly. After the closing, there were a few things I needed, and Doug made sure I got them immediately. He gave me a follow~up call to make sure all was ok.
    - Martin O.
  • A
    Realty of Maine
    We paid customary real estate fees which are just entirely in line with what one customer pay for these things. Jay and Lisa worked as a team but there were couple of times when my wife had a lot more expeditious communication with Lisa than she did with Jay. There were times that communication with Jay was delayed that left my wife anxious where we are at things. I would use them in the future and recommend them to others.
    - James W.
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    REALTY OF MAINE
    I contacted Thelma because I saw a home I was interested in possibly buying and her name was on the real estate sign. She returned my call immediately. She was genuinely interested in the property as she showed it to me and helped the owner and myself negotiate our agreement to our mutual satisfaction. She did all the paperwork quickly and easily. The closing will be in a couple of weeks. In addition she has traveled a long distance to show me other properties I'm interested in for investment purposes. She knows what I'm looking for and is honest in her communication with me. I'm amazed at the speed in which she responds to my requests. I will work with no one else!
    - Dr Robin A.
  • D
    R & B Realty LLC
    The first six months, went well. Then, without warning, in the summer of 09, they decided to tear up the drive way to do work on a drainage system on one of the neighboring apartments. I was unable to drive my vehicle out of the parking lot because of an 8 ft. ditch! I was given no notice of having to park my vehicle in another area until the work was done. One of the other tenants in my building called to complain about it and I was told he was yelled at by the landlord. That tenant later moved out that same year. We had a lot of rain the summer of ?09 and our sump pump was making a lot of strange noises. I called the landlord about it twice and no one came to look at it. A week later, after a big rain storm, I found our basement was flooded with about 4 inches of water. I called the landlord again and this time someone showed up with a new sump pump. I spent 2 hours sweeping the water to the pump in order to help it get sucked out of the basement. I didn't have to do it, but I did have things stored down there that I didn?t want ruined. In Nov. of 2009, I came home to find that half of the things I had stored in the basement were missing. Two brand new mountain bicycles, yard sale clothes & toys, an exercise bike, some things that belonged to my mother who had passed away, a small table and a stereo. Seeing how only my things were taken, and there was no sign of breaking and entering, I called the landlord. I was told by Robin Silver, that she had sent her janitor out with instructions to clean out the basements of all the apartment buildings. I asked her under what authority she had to remove my stuff and she told me that according to my lease, I wasn't supposed to have things outside my area. She was right. In my lease I was told that I was to keep things only in my cage in the basement. But there is also a law that says if anything is considered, by the landlord, to be abandoned material, he or she has to give 14 days notice to the inhabitants of the building to have those things claimed and removed. If by then it isn't claimed or removed, they have the right to confiscate it. Well, I didn't get any notice. And if I had, I would have moved the stuff, since it wasn't a whole lot down there. On the phone, I could hear Barney Silver laughing, while Robin explained to him what I was calling about. I tried to track down my stuff, with little to no help from the landlord or the janitor who took everything. The police were unable to do anything about it, since it was a "civil matter." My insurance wouldn't cover the loss for the same reason. The landlord tried to pay my losses with a check for $50, but that didn't even cover the cost of just one of my stolen mountain bikes. So I decided I should move out because I no longer felt that my things would stay safe in my apartment. If you rent from these people be VERY careful! They're pretty slick and are known in Bangor for being crooks.
    - Greg K.
  • F
    BH&G- The Masiello Group in Bangor, ME
    I went up there alone, in June, 2016, while my husband stayed in Georgia to pack and complete the sale of our home there. This agent only showed me homes on my list, and never determined our needs nor searched to find suitable homes. I made the biggest mistake of my life by picking a large home in the Dover-Foxcroft area. This agent knew I was making a big mistake but failed to tell me. She failed to point out flaws with the home and area. Failled to do a comparative market analysis. Failed to tell me there were too many homes for sale in that area and it would not be a good investment for us. Also allowed the sellers to leave the home in damaged an dirty condition. If she had properly informed us, we would NOT have bought that home. Once the sale was closed, it was too late. When we arrived in August, 2016, we were shocked at the condition of the home. Also, we found out that we grossly overpaid for a home in an undesirable location. We had to spend money fixing the home, sold it for a great loss. Overall, we lost $60,000, and being both over 65 years of age, we cannot make up that loss. The company, and broker offered us no help and was rude an nasty to us. We both became physically and emotionally ill. We went from being able to afford a $275,000 home to a $ 215,000 home. We live with this horrible memory every day of our lives. I blame the company for not assigning us to a true relocation specialist. This never should have happened to us. Signed, 2 Broke Senior Citizens
    - Barbara H.
  • F
    CALAMITY DAVES
    I DID NOT HIRE THEM!!!! I am purchasing a foreclosed home that is in Levant, Maine from a bank in Ohio, this was their company that they hired to winterize and un-winterize the house. The house was originally "winterized" in October and we started the buying process in the end of January to first week of February. About February 8th they were notified to "un-winterize" the house and notify our realestate agent when the systems are up and running so that we could complete our tests and inspections. A week later we found out that they went out, repaired 7 breaks from frozen pipes (shouldnt have frozen if wintered correctly in the first place) and then shut down the systems without notifying us and "re-winterized". After alot of hassel, they were finally ordered to return to the house and "un-winterize" and LEAVE the house systems up and running, again they had to make several pipe repairs because it was inproperly winterized the second time. Our apraiser and inspector went in when the plumbers were"done" and found no water pressure because the pump would not turn on, a foot diameter hole in the sheet rock in the basement but no pipes behind it, a leak in the baseboard pipe in the living room, and the boiler pressure valve was leaking. It took them a couple of days to get back out there and all they did was fix the pump, it still had the leak in the living room and a leaking boiler pressure valve. Again they were sent out, this the sixth (6th) time to fix the boiler valve and leak in living room. Boiler leak ended up fixted but it still had the leak in the living room. Found out that at the leak all they were doing is just melting solder on the outside. i was finally given the ok to hire my own guy so I hired Andy Witham of Withams Heating. I called him on friday and he said he would make it his priority first thing monday morning. Monday at 8am i called Andys cell phone and he was unlocking the door to the house to fix the pipe. I arived at the house at 8:26am and he and his helper had finished the repair. They drained the system, pulled the pipes apart, cleaned them up, and put them back together and got the system back up and running in 20 minutes. PERFECT JOB!! 20 minutes!!! Calamity daves guys couldnt do it right in 3 trips!!! we should have closed on february 28th and because of them today is March 14th and the pipe was just repaired today and we havnt closed yet. And we have to pay to repair the holes in the sheet rock. Once they left the front door completely unlock so that anybody could go in.
    - Brian N.
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  • Vilaggio

    1000 Centregreen Way
    Cary, North Carolina