Greg Fulford

Clearly his advice was bad

In a super hot market, it’s hard to know even after the place sells if the advice was good or poor. Everything sells high, could it have sold higher? Could the terms have better suited my needs? .In my case,Greg Fulford gave me reason to nottrust his recommendations,

so I didn’t follow some of them It sold at a great price, but only because we did not follow his advice.Greg Fulford insisted I: 1. use a/his high end stager and 2. list it at a much lower price than i thought made sense. 1. I used a stager who charged half what his guy did, $12K not double that.

2. we listed it $300K over what he thought we should list it at. He said listing it at the price I insisted on, wouldn’t generate interest and it would sell for less than asking price (in a market when most properties sell for more than asking).

He used comps to come to this lower estimate of value (which didnt make sense since I saw the comps he used and knew recent comps), So I insisted. It sold for a lot more than the most he said I might get, at most, if, and only if, I followed his directions.

Whatever his motives, I can only guess, but clearly his advice was bad, and had I followed it, I would not have known this. Most sellers defer to their realtors, the expert’s advice.He also lost credibility, for me, for another reason:

I agreed to list with him contingent on he, not his/any assistant, doing any showings. He “guaranteed 100%” to me, this would be the case. Yet, only a few weeks later, once on the market, he informed me he was leaving town for a week in the country, for a wedding! Of course, his asst was the only one around, two weeks after listing it.

He discouraged showings even when it was under contract but the then prospective buyer could back out (generally a good time to keep showing).I was left feeling closing asap, with as little risk of inconvenience or potential snags, for Greg, were his goal. My needs regarding the process, or final terms, were not priority.

He’s a nice guy and probably good negotiator, but for many tens of thousands in commissions, and, for most deals, less than a month’s work (in SF), it’s fair to expect a realtor focused on the best terms, price and process, for the client. He missed the mark in many of these areas.

Is Greg Fulford a scam?
Greg Fulford is a scam and a bad service provider as per the report filed on They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance.
Is Greg Fulford legit?
First Greg Fulford is not a legit business owner or provider. You must take necessary precautions/measures before buying or using their services.
How many reviews are submitted by Greg Fulford’s consumers?
There is/are 2 review(s) posted about Greg Fulford and it indicates that the severity of the scam is High.
Where is Greg Fulford located?
Greg Fulford is located at 1801 Fillmore St, San Francisco, CA 94115, USA. You can contact Greg Fulford by dialing (415) 510-8617 or visit their website before filing a lawsuit. We are no way affiliated with better business bureau or yelp reviews platform.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Greg Fulford’s customers?
According to the report(s), US $300 was the total loss incurred by Greg Fulford’s customers.

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2 Reviews on Greg Fulford

  1. We're super happy with our home.

    Greg helped us quickly and efficiently find our loft in Potrero Hill, in a very competitive SF market. His advice on what to keep in mind, and offers plus counter offers was spot on.

    He was super helpful with facilitating and coaching in all steps along the way. Loved his smarts and positive energy. We’re super happy with our home.

  2. He was knowledgeable, patient, and made the process easy.

    Greg helped us purchase a home in SF in a very competitive environment. He was knowledgeable, patient, and made the process easy.

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