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tired of the repetitive intrusions of certain agents, the inhabitants even evoke the idea of losing a complaint.
"Some real estate agencies have no limits and no longer respect the private space". This observation is made by residents of a district of Vannes (Morbihan), reports. In recent weeks, they have faced the rather intrusive methods of unscrupulous real estate agents, who come to step and prospect within their residence. An inhabitant questioned by our colleagues reveals that in six months, she and her husband found a real estate agent in the garden of their residence.
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Gold, the residence in question is private, it must even "pass two gateways" to get there, so necessarily having a pass or ring the intercom. By questioning an agent who had entered, he asked him in turn, asking him if he owned. A real interrogation. In the conversation, the owner learned that the agent had obtained a post from the post.
The fault of the agents?
The scene reproduced a few days later; The inhabitant questioned revealing that he had to get him out of mailboxes. "It was the same interrogation with a friendly tone, it's painful," he tonates. According to local real estate agents, these practices can be explained by the "local real estate tension". Thus, some would not hesitate to surprise, overestimate or put on sale without any mandate. An agency manager admits even in West-France that "some do anything".
For the Vice President of FNAIM 56, Philippe Saloux, these practices are also related to openness to competition, some landing in the profession without training. "We do not become real estate agent like that. It's a real job," he regrets. The faulty would therefore be the agents who live on these contracts. But as they do not have "the address book", they "put the foot in the door". However, according to Philippe Saloux, there are "laws to protect consumers". On the side of the agents, we reject the idea that it is only for their fault, and we recall that the code of ethics is the same for all. Some inhabitants arise in any case the question of complaining.
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