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This past weekend, I dealt with a newly minted agent on Facebook who started questioning whether or not Poly-B plumbing was a serious concern on a property that his buyer client was buying. He indicated that his concern started when it was noted on a home inspection, (not when he noticed it in the home prior to writing the Offer to Purchase, if he noticed it at all). FYI – home inspectors detail the type/s of plumbing in any home and don't voice concern over any particular type unless there is concern visible to them.

MY concern was not that the agent asked questions about this plumbing type, but that he asked them AFTER writing an Offer to Purchase for his buyer, the Offer to Purchase was accepted in good faith by the seller, and it was only a concern after it was mentioned in a home inspection. This isn't right. He clearly isn't alone in not getting any mentoring for practical knowledge before being allowed to trade in real estate. Experience really does count. But, that is an area...

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