Let down by a real estate agent? PeopleClaim can help you resolve your problem – without hiring a lawyer. Try it, it's FREE.

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Buying a house or other property is expensive and complex. Plenty can go wrong. Whether it's misrepresenting a property's value, conflict of interest, charging add-ons beyond standard commissions, misuse of escrow funds, or a generally underwhelming effort on your behalf, you don't need to take it lying down. PeopleClaim can help.

PeopleClaim gives you ways to fight back and assert your rights, and let others – including regulators – know about your problem. If your agent has done things, or neglected to do things, that are giving you headaches, try PeopleClaim's simple and free online resolution process to help get your complaint settled.

Know your rights:

Your Consumer Bill of Rights for the Real Estate Industry

Your have right to:
  1. Full disclosure of any material matters about a property, buyer, or financing related to a real estate transaction.
  2. Honest advice.
  3. Disclosure of all fees and known expenses – current or anticipated.
  4. Disclosure of violent crime events in or near the property.
  5. Disclosure of planned nearby properties or developments that could impact property values.
  6. Full loyalty and fiduciary duty of agent to seller or client.

Is PeopleClaim right for your problem?

Use PeopleClaim for your real estate-related complaints or everyday disputes with businesses, professionals, government agencies, or individuals. PeopleClaim can help resolve most disputes online without lawyers or other intermediaries.

PeopleClaim is a fairness-based system. Just tell your story and explain why you've been treated unfairly; PeopleClaim will do the rest.

  • File for free or add premium options
  • Resolve any dispute, anywhere
  • Get the resolution you want

The Consumer Bill of Rights Project: New and Better Rights from Crowdsourced Feedback

  • Encourage greater public participation in crafting and prompting consumer-driven rules, regulations, and laws.
  • Keep consumers informed about their rights and responsibilities for any industry or government agency.
  • Engage bloggers, media, and their readers to help industry standards relevant, fair, and evolving.
  • Help promote best practices for every industry.
  • Provide a helpful publicly-generated set of standards for fair dispute resolution.

Who may contribute? Anyone with an opinion about consumer rights or responsibilities for a specific industry – including bloggers, consumer advocates, legal professionals, industry participants, and consumers.

How does a right get added? With feedback from the public, our volunteer editors will review, debate, and include relevant rights and responsibilities. The list is organic and will evolve as new suggestions are contributed and as consumer needs change in any given industry.

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How PeopleClaim can help:

  • State your claim — just tell them why you aren't happy.
  • Propose a settlement — request a billing adjustment, improved service, policy change, whatever your situation calls for.
  • File your claim — in private, or have it post publicly if unresolved. (Your personal information isn't posted.) Public posting is a powerful incentive for prompt settlement, and lets others review and comment on your claim.
  • Get it settled — the other party can agree to your terms, reject them, or make a counteroffer. Posted claims remain online until settled to YOUR satisfaction.
*IMPORTANT: PeopleClaim is a public dispute resolution system, independent of the BBB, small claims court, or other dispute resolution services. PeopleClaim is not a law firm and does not provide legal services, opinions, or advice. PeopleClaim facilitates peer-to-peer negotiation and resolution and crowdsourced input on issues of fairness to help resolve complaints. Users should contact professional legal counsel on any matters of law or regulation regarding their claims. PeopleClaim does not review or evaluate the merits of claims submitted through its site, and users are solely responsible for all content filed in their claims.