The GMAR has received several complaints recently about vulgar language being used in showing reports.
For example, a recent showing report stated, “the house smelled like s____!”
It may be helpful for a seller to know if their home presents an unpleasant odor—especially if several buyers provide the same feedback. However, there’s certainly a more tactful way to say it.
Another example, the showing report said the buyers didn’t like the outdated, ugly wallpaper.
The buyers did not like the wallpaper would suffice.
Your words matter, and reflect on your professionalism and the industry.