Greg Fulford Real Estate Group

Clearly his advice was bad

Even after a place is sold, it’s difficult to tell if the advice given was good or bad in a hot market.

It’s not common for everything to sell well.

In my case, Greg Fulford provided me with reason to doubt his recommendations.

Could it have sold better? Could I have had better terms?

So I didn’t make some of his suggestions. It sold for a high price because it was not what I expected.

1. I hired a stager for half the price of his guy, not twice as much.

2. We listed it at $300K more than he suggested. He claimed that listing it at the price he insisted on wouldn’t generate any interest, and it would sell less than the asking price (in a market where most properties sell for more than asking).

He used comps to arrive at this lower value estimate (which was absurd since I had seen the comps and knew about recent comps).

It sold for much more than what he claimed I could get, provided I followed his instructions. So I insist.

I don’t know his motives. But, his advice was terrible.

I wouldn’t have known this if I had followed it. For another reason, most sellers trust their realtors.

I was willing to list with him if he and not his/any assistant did any showings.

To me, he “guaranteed 100%” that this would be the case.

He then informed me that he would be leaving town for a week for a wedding, just a few weeks after the property had been placed on the market.

His asst was still there, even though it had been listed for two weeks.

Greg discouraged showings even if the buyer was already under contract. He believed that closing as quickly as possible, with minimal inconvenience and potential snags, was his goal.

My final terms or needs were not considered necessary.

Although he is a pleasant guy and a good negotiator, he was paid tens of thousands of dollars in commissions and for most deals more petite than a month (in SF), so it is reasonable to expect a realtor who will focus on the best terms and price for the client. Many of these areas were missed by him.

Is Greg Fulford Real Estate Group a legit?

Greg Fulford Real Estate Group is not running a legit business. They are not aggressive towards customer satisfaction and complaint grievance redressal, Hence 1 consumer[s] submitted negative ratings, and only a few left positive feedback.

Where is Greg Fulford Real Estate Group located?

Greg Fulford Real Estate Group is headquarted at Sotheby's, 117 Greenwich St, San Francisco, CA 94111. You can contact Greg Fulford Real Estate Group by dialing 1 415 305 3251 or visit their website

How much monetary loss is incurred by Greg Fulford Real Estate Group’s customers?

According to Greg Fulford Real Estate Group’s customers, a monetary loss of US $300 has been reported. The severity of entire incident reports is high.

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Reported Loss : 300 $
Severity : High
Reported by : Anonymous
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