I was wondering if anyone else is fed up of Realtors not doing their jobs? Examples: Because seller concessions may or may not be deducted in the sales grid, the listing agent changed the actual list price to accommodate the concessions, making it look as if the selling price was higher, and in turn, not disclosing the concession amount. I called an agent to verify the 730 square foot basement with 1200 finished square feet in the basement (not possible, I know. He was wrong). He informed me that he doesn't usually verify that kind of information for short sales, etc. and he probably got that from an older listing from another Realtor online. Since I was going to have to get that information from the county instead, I asked if he was interested in having it so that he may fix his MLS data sheet. Of course, he said sure! Also, no where on his data sheet did he indicate that the property was a distressed listing, but he disclosed that to me over the phone, so I ended up using a different property. I was trying to use an active listing in my report. This Realtor from the cities (not the area where the property is located) did not list any rooms, the lot dimensions and did not indicate where the bathrooms were located. I sent an email asking for this information and asked him to fix his MLS data sheet with the correct information. Do Realtors not have a higher authority? Surely they have high standards, right? m2: Thanks for any input/suggestions.