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Bob Crane
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Call their broker and have the broker show up, it it actually the brokers listing too.

May 15, 2016 12:15 PM
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Nina Hollander, Broker
Coldwell Banker Realty - Charlotte, NC
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I would not go in... you don't have permission to go in without the listing agent. I would, however, be mean enough to leave a note for the sellers saying sorry I couldn't show your home because your agent didn't find it important enough to show up to present the house.

May 15, 2016 08:55 PM
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Michael Jacobs
Pasadena, CA
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I wouldn't enter.   You have my attention.  I wouldn't enter.  

May 15, 2016 05:03 PM
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Jennifer Mackay
Counts Real Estate Group, Inc. - Panama City, FL
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I agree with Bob Crane  - but don't go in!

Guess these agents didn't need the commission after all - or are just plain well you know what they are!

May 15, 2016 09:59 PM
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Diana Zaccaro Broker Associate
Tropical Beachside - Cocoa Beach, FL
"The Accidental Blogger" Cocoa Beach, Florida

I would not go in for all the reasons the others have mentioned.

When I get voice mail, I follow up with a text and/or email. If still no response, a call to the broker is in order. Sad to say, your situation is not unique...this seems to happen more and more frequently. Hope you were able to catch the LA and gain access.

 

May 15, 2016 01:38 PM
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Ron and Alexandra Seigel
Napa Consultants - Carpinteria, CA
Luxury Real Estate Branding, Marketing & Strategy

Peter,

I would not.  God forbid, they find out, and then they find something missing from the house...you are in deep doo doo.  Major liabililty problems will arise.  A

May 15, 2016 01:22 PM
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Mimi Foster
Falcon Property Company - Colorado Springs, CO
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I'm sure you have your answer (trespassing), but I would have rung the doorbell to see if someone was home, and I agree with Brandon Patton, I would have circled back after I called the Realtor for the 43rd time to meet us there (or much better, the broker). 

May 15, 2016 12:45 PM
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Noah Seidenberg
Coldwell Banker - Evanston, IL
Chicagoland and Suburbs (800) 858-7917

No way, I think that is trespassing. Who knows who is in there and I would be unhappy but never enter.

May 15, 2016 12:08 PM
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Richie Alan Naggar
people first...then business Ran Right Realty - Riverside, CA
agent & author

I have had this happen and with my client in hand, we circled the property, peered into windows and lingered until we got our fill

May 15, 2016 11:40 PM
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Sandy Padula & Norm Padula, JD, GRI
HomeSmart Realty West & Florida Realty Investments - , CA
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No; but this would give you another reason to call the listing agent to alert her that there is a problem at her listing. Bet she would call you back immediately.

May 15, 2016 11:07 PM
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Scott Godzyk
Godzyk Real Estate Services - Manchester, NH
One of the Manchester NH's area Leading Agents

If i had an appointment, and it was accompanied only, i would not check back doors and certainly would not enter. I may call their managing broker though or even leave a note at the home. 

May 15, 2016 11:03 PM
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Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers
Serving the Greater Phoenix and Scottsdale Metropolitan Area - Scottsdale, AZ
Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty

What Michael Jacobs said...

May 15, 2016 10:32 PM
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Lawrence "Larry" & Sheila Agranoff. Cell: 631-805-4400
The Top Team @ Charles Rutenberg Realty 255 Executive Dr, Plainview NY 11803 - Plainview, NY
Long Island Condo and Home Specialists

I wouldn't have even checked to see if a door was unlocked. ABSOLUTELY NOT!

May 15, 2016 08:41 PM
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Praful Thakkar
LAER Realty Partners - Andover, MA
Andover, MA: Andover Luxury Homes For Sale

Peter Mohylsky - may be the door was left open for you.

As long as you had confirmation, you are not breaking in.

May 15, 2016 04:16 PM
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Hella M. Rothwell, Broker/Realtor®
Carmel by the Sea, CA
Rothwell Realty Inc. CA#01968433 Carmel-by-the-Sea

I would not go in without the agent, even if I find a door unlocked. I went to one like that and another agent from another agency showed up and went inside. I didn't! No way.

May 15, 2016 04:12 PM
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Sybil Campbell
Fernandina Beach, FL
Referral Agent Amelia Island Florida

I would not go in and explain to the clients the rules of your MLS and like Alexandra said, if something were missing, you could be accused of taking it.

May 15, 2016 02:49 PM
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Melissa Jackson REALTOR
Trinity Premier Properties - Azle, TX
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No way.  Call the broker request for them to show up! What if they didn't notify the homeowner and someone was there? They may have video and you could get into trouble.  I would be mad and explain to your client the need to reschedule.  

May 15, 2016 12:28 PM
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Pete Xavier
Investments to Luxury - Pacific Palisades, CA
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Rude listing agent, wouldn't go in.

May 15, 2016 12:11 PM
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Joan Cox
House to Home, Inc. - Denver Real Estate - 720-231-6373 - Denver, CO
Denver Real Estate - Selling One Home at a Time

Absolutely not, even if the door is open.    Sad that no one returned your call or showed up.   Sure would want this seller to know! 

May 18, 2016 11:52 PM
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Tammy Lankford,
Lane Realty Eatonton, GA Lake Sinclair, Milledgeville, 706-485-9668 - Eatonton, GA
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I wouldn't have even tried doors.  what if an alarm had gone off.  I don't do breaking and entering

May 16, 2016 02:53 PM
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Les & Sarah Oswald
Realty One Group - Eastvale, CA
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Nope...do not enter. Call them again. Most likely they are running behind schedule. Call the brokerage and see if they have a way to reach them.

May 16, 2016 09:14 AM
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Ryan Huggins - Thousand Oaks, CA
https://HugginsHomes.com - Thousand Oaks, CA
Residential Real Estate and Investment Properties

I'd be hesitant on going in.  Could be seen as breaking and entering/trespass if the agent isn't there and there is no supra.  I know if I caught someone in my listing who didn't have permission they would be held at gunpoint, face down on the floor, until the cops arrived.

May 16, 2016 04:07 AM
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Gabe Sanders
Real Estate of Florida specializing in Martin County Residential Homes, Condos and Land Sales - Stuart, FL
Stuart Florida Real Estate

No, I wouldn't go in.

May 16, 2016 04:03 AM
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Sharon Altier
Coldwell Banker Realty - Elmhurst, IL
Luxury Property Specialist, CSC, SFR

Absolutely not. You do not have the permission of the agent.  It would be trespassing and could lead to a myriad of problems. 

May 16, 2016 02:41 AM
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Will Hamm
Hamm Homes - Aurora, CO
"Where There's a Will, There's a Way!"

Boy that is a hard one to say,  I would wait 15 mins and leave a note on the front door and then go in.

May 16, 2016 02:08 AM
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Olga Simoncelli
Veritas Prime, LLC dba Veritas Prime Real Estate - New Fairfield, CT
CONSULTANT, Real Estate Services & Risk Management

Not authorized to go in, as per MLS instructions - breaking and entering?

May 16, 2016 01:42 AM
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Barbara Todaro
RE/MAX Executive Realty - Happily Retired - Franklin, MA
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I would call the Broker, the butcher, the baker and the candlestick maker to make arrangements to give me permission to enter....and I'd leave a detailed written message for the homeowner.....

May 16, 2016 01:21 AM
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Lyn Sims
Schaumburg, IL
Real Estate Broker Retired

Yes I would as you've asked for assistance. Hope there wasn't a security system.

It is tresspass.

May 16, 2016 12:48 AM
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Wayne Martin
Wayne M Martin - Chicago, IL
Real Estate Broker - Retired

Do not enter. Call your broker to contact the managing broker of the listing agent! Put fuel on the fire!

May 15, 2016 11:48 PM
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Richard Weeks
Dallas, TX
REALTOR®, Broker

I would not enter, I would call the broker.

May 15, 2016 11:46 PM
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Michael Setunsky
Woodbridge, VA
Your Commercial Real Estate Link to Northern VA

Peter Mohylsky Accompanying the agent is probably a seller instruction. I would not go into the property and would be on the phone to the broker.

May 15, 2016 11:42 PM
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Susan Haughton
Long and Foster REALTORS (703) 470-4545 - Alexandria, VA
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I would call the agent again, then call the broker...then call my broker to call their broker...LOL...but no, I would not go into the house.  

May 15, 2016 11:22 PM
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Annette Lawrence , Palm Harbor, FL 727-420-4041
ReMax Realtec Group - Palm Harbor, FL
Making FLORIDA Real Estate EZ

Leave a message for the broker regarding a security issue. It is amazing how many sliders can not be locked closed.

Then I would send the BROKER a bill for $250 for failure to notify within 30 minutes of appointment, the listing agent(s) were unable to make appointment.

Of course you can not collect but you can make reference to DeadBeatAgents.com, the list of those who do not pay their bills. (no such website exists...yet)

Of couse, buyers agents need to know they also must manage their buyers and keep appointments or they too can wear the badge of 'DeadBeatAgent."

 

May 15, 2016 11:20 PM
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Raymond E. Camp
Ontario, NY

No I would not go in! If it is a very nice home he clients like it would be a stop by their office and making another appointment!

May 15, 2016 10:07 PM
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Susan Laxson CRS
Palm Properties - La Quinta, CA
Realtor in San Diego, CA & Naples, FL

I would not enter, but I would continue to try to get the agent, assistant and when that fails, the office broker. There may be a problem or situation at the house that needs to be investigated. Interestingly most of the responses assume negative things about the listing agent, couldn't it just as likely be something happened to him/her?

May 15, 2016 10:06 PM
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Gita Bantwal
RE/MAX Centre Realtors - Warwick, PA
REALTOR,ABR,CRS,SRES,GRI - Bucks County & Philadel

I would not go in.

May 15, 2016 09:44 PM
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Roy Kelley
Retired - Gaithersburg, MD

You should not enter the property if not authorized. If fact, you should not be walking around the house.

May 15, 2016 09:29 PM
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Grace Hanamoto
Intero Real Estate - Sunnyvale, CA
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Million plus dollar home is, unfortunately, not all that unique here in Northern California...in fact,  it's probably only a 1300 square foot rancher on 5,000 SF of land. In my case, I'd go in and leave the client outside to see if the agent is inside and perhaps locked in the bathroom, fallen and can't get up, or become prey to a particularly vicious house plant.  If I can't find the agent inside and with the requirement of "agent accompany" I would lock it up, call the brokerage later to find out what happened and reschedule IF my client still wants to see it.

I will always resecure the property for the listing agent and make sure the property was unoccupied before I did lock up.  I would also notify the agent what I found and what I did so they know.

Client stays outside, however.

 

May 15, 2016 06:34 PM
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Sam Shueh
(408) 425-1601 - San Jose, CA
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I agree with Bob Crane.

Sam

May 15, 2016 01:11 PM