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Thankfully not, so far. It will be interesting to see what happens. Legally, if a home is listed with one agent, other agents have no right to "speak" with that seller unless the seller initiates the contact.
I have not see other agents using it but have seen scammers using it. Both on my sellers and myself. Now just another warning to add to the list
Many agents in my area are using Google Voice. They use it primarily to screen their calls.
Vera - I'm not sure how using Google Voice allows agents the right to contact a seller who is already represented by an agent. This would still be a violation either way, and all one would have to to is call that Google Voice number to see who answers.
I know how that works, but in our area, once a person is signed with a realtor, that is an issue for the Board.
Lots of agents as well as businesses are using Google Voice these days. Though, that's no excuse to call someone that's represented by a Realtor.
I have not experienced it with my clients. Atleast I have not heard about it.
Nope, and I don't know how you would know whether it was google voice or not. As you can tell I don't have one of those numbers...
Not that I know of.
Not my sellers.
Does it matter whether it's Google Voice or another provider?