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That is a good idea for sure.
Depends. I send only 'good' part.
I wouldn't change a thing. I would educate the clients that sometimes replies may be triggered by your example, or by the fact the potential buyers have another motive (i.e., state it is overpriced and hope for reduction in price). However, I have to say that I am somewhat surprised to see that type or response coming from agents. I hvae always received constructive criticism and gave the same. If someone notes "dump" I would wonder if someone left beds unmade, clothes all other, dishes in sink...not in showing condition. I would probably visit the house and see what was awry, after asking the buyer's agent for specifics.
Paul S. Henderson, REALTOR®,CRS, - coming to this Q after a long time.
I am politically correcy when I share the feedback with the seller.
If the person giving the feedback is sincere and not destructive for the heck of it, I would, Given that you are an experienced agent, I am certain that you would have noticed a offensive smell, etc, and brought it to the seller's attention. A
We set them up to get the same feedback we do through our showing service..
So yes they get it all
Why screen it? If the seller requests feedback, then they should get the 100% word for word, good or bad, feedback.
Not always..some people are just plaim mean so I will temper the words.
If it is constructive, yes, I send it word for word. If it is somewhat less than helpful, I will paraphrase it.
Sometimes yes, sometimes no. Depends on how the feedack is worded!