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As a Realtor, I would suggest that you never feel like you must "create false statements", such as "I am working with a Realtor". I would suggest you just kindly say, "I appreciate your interest obtaining my business, but at this time I am not in need of your services and do not want to provide my information."
Realtor's are not there to shark you, trap you, or deceive you. A Realtor relationship with the client is one of mutual benefit and respect. No one should pressure you into compromising your integrity by making false statements. There are many pitfalls when buying real estate and the Agent is there to make sure that the clients are protected and happy with the transaction. Find a Realtor that works with you and "for" you! Don't every compromise your integrity no matter what this article says. Engage the Realtor and just tell the truth!
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