No doubt this has happened to you more than once but it is my first experience.I have been networking with several lenders doing funding expo's and first timehome buyer workshops. I was pleasantly surprised this week when I was givena lead from one of them. Her LSR was complete and she was searching for arealtor being dissatisfied with her prior agent. She'd been shown the only propertyshe wanted and needed to see it again and most likely make an offer.Her prior agent said it was not worth either her or the agent's time to write an offeras it would be a back up offer and it was a short sale 'possibility' (ie: not yet lenderapproved). Naturally I was willling to assist her and I asked her if she'd signed aBuyer/Broker agreement and she said she had not. I wanted to ensure she hadn'tas if the transaction did go through there was no reason to ask for trouble. At anyrate we saw the property and we did write an offer for her. She also signed aBuyer/Broker agreement to work with me exclusively through the end March 2010.Why is this important? She is obviously a motivated buyer and there is a greatpossibility she will not obtain the property she has her eye on. However, if shedoesn't I am the agent ready, willling, able and signed on to work with her. BTW,she is renting and her lease expires the end of November and she can only gomonth to month for 90 days. Sweet!