no, but he showed me the property and my understanding is that, by showing me the property, he is acting as my agent, meaning I won't be able to hire another agent to close on that same property because he showed me the property first?
I believe I was wronged, and I feel that others should know that he is not a very ethical person to work with. What's your thought? and thanks for taking the time to post a feedback
No, he can only become "your" Agent if you had entered into some kind of written contractual relationship . . . .so you're a Customer and he's a Salesman, acting as an Agent for his Broker
Did this Salesperson provide you with the "mandatory" Agency Disclosure that New York Law requires? That would have gone a long ways towards explaining these roles.
You may wish to contact the New York Real Estate Commission and investigate what you have to do to file a Complaint with New York. If it were in Vermont, our Attorney General has a Staff Attorney who investigates these and prosecutes them on behalf of the General Public. I think the same holds true in New York.