We thought this could be it. But, it's not.
My email to the realtor, after showing the house for THE THIRD TIME to the SAME COUPLE in ONE WEEK.
Thanks for showing the house blah blah blah ass kiss ass kiss blah blah blah negotiate blah blah flexible on our price blah blah work with them on what they need blah blah blah ass kiss.
The realtor's email back to me.
"I am out of the country. I don't know that they're interested in pursuing your house any further. Will let you know when I return middle of next week."
Note: My email is paraphrased. Hers is cut and paste in its entirety.
MY MORAL DILEMMA: This couple CALLED ME and looked at the house WITHOUT THEIR REALTOR the first time they saw the house. Ironically, their realtor was out of town. But they are working with a realtor. A very chatty and friendly one, as you can tell from her email to me.
I kind of want to call them, the home shoppers, directly, and get their feedback on why they've decided, after coming thru THREE TIMES IN ONE WEEK, that this is not the house for them. But I know that as a seller, I shouldn't be contacting them directly and should be going thru their agent. BUT they are the ones that initiated contact directly with me to begin with, otherwise I wouldn't even have the contact info. So, basically, if I am a pain in their ass, it is kind of their own fault. Right? RIGHT? Plus, I'm not a realtor, so it's not like I'm breaking any rules on soliciting a client away from another realtor or whatever. I am not even trying to get out of paying the good-for-nothing rude-ass never-available realtor her commission. I just want to know WHY.
So my first moral dilemma question, which was going to be, SHOULD I STAB SOMEONE, has been answered by my husband. (The answer is no, FYI. Whatever.) And now the question I pose to you, Oh Great and Wise Internet, should I call the three-time-lookers, or not?