Do we have a limit adjustment screw problem here?

Less than a week after writing the post on having our values set properly for our organizations, I saw this in my town. As I read the sign on the top of this car, I thought that is why we need to set our limits in our organizations. This is a photo of an investor who was buying properties and was told the property was one thing and it really was another.

The real estate agent represented both the buyer and the seller on the deal making double the commission they normally would. When the buyer found out (too late) that they had bought a duplex and not a triplex they were told it was their own fault for not checking more closely.

The buyer’s response to this was to park in front of the office with a sign on top of his car advising everyone of the questionable ethics of this agent and brokerage.

Was the commission on the sale worth sacrificing the reputation of the agent and brokerage? You be the judge.

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  1. This agent has been in business for over 15 years. He works hard and this is not the first time he has been in trouble. Money is important make a good living. But there are more important things than money.

  2. Forget reputation of the business. What about the utter lack of integrity?

    All money aside, this is just a dishonest act.

    Perhaps I am a naive dreamer, but I certainly hope that the entire business world isn’t filled with lies and corruption. There are honest people who help make decisions that effect this world, aren’t there?

    I can only hope!

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