Where Can I Complain About My Real Estate Agent?

How do I complain about a real estate agent?

You can file a complaint against your real estate agent with the Better Business Bureau (bbb.org).

All you have to do is provide them with your zip code and you’ll be redirected to the website for your local chapter.

Go to the ‘For Consumers’ page and then click on the ‘File a Complaint’ button.

Can I report a bad realtor?

Filing a Complaint with a Realtors Association. Ask if the agent is a member of a Realtors association. Some agents are members of the National Association of Realtors. You may also want to call the broker, office manager, or firm to determine if the agent belongs to an association with which you can file a complaint.

Who can file ethics complaints against a realtor?

Any person, whether a member or not, having reason to believe that a member is guilty of any conduct subject to disciplinary action, may file a complaint in writing with the secretary of the Association of REALTORS®, dated and signed by the complainant, stating the facts on which it is based, provided that the

Who regulates real estate agents?

Many real estate professionals are subject to two sets of rules. First, each jurisdiction has a governmental agency, typically referred to as the real estate commission, charged with the authority to issue licenses to real estate professionals and enforce related state laws and regulations.