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Searching4Peace
8/11/2019 16:45 EST

Sorry if this sounds harsh, but I believe my comments on this matter may save many from mayor heartaches and dissappoitments. If you decide to buy a home in Mendoza, NEVER EVER contact Leandro S. from Mendoza Homes. The guy couldn't be more lazy and unmotivated to work. A friend couple of mine just returned from Mendoza, where they travelled extra to do their house hunting, and ended up firing Leandro and hooking up with just about the most efficient agent, and for what I heard, the best and almost-US-like-agent they could've found there. As I understand, my friends contacted Leandro S. from Mendoza Homes, almost two weeks before their trip there, and provided him a list of +/- 27 homes for them to see during their visit. Upon their arrival to Mendoza, on a late Sunday afternoon, and after waiting to hear from Leandro about their Monday's schedule, as well as the rest of their week, finally, they decided to contact him to ask him at what time they're supposed to be in his office on Monday morning to start viewing homes, to what Leandro S. responded: I have one (1) single house for viewing at 5pm. My friends couldn't believe he had only one (1) house for showing. Only after they raised hell, he ended up showing two (2) that late Monday afternoon. Leandro was as rude as to even scold them and them that "homes in Mendoza are only shown in the afternoon" after they arrived to his office at 4:30pm. A load of krp, if you ask me!!!. Again, on Tuesday afternoon, my friends waited all morning to hear again from Leandro S. from Mendoza Homes, but only at around noon time, he responded "to their call" telling them that he had two homes to visit late that afternoon, but both visits cancelled on him. My friends questioned Leandro and asked him which homes cancelled, to what Mr Leandro S. never responded. Thus, in a state of desperation, my friends decided to take the bull by the horns and contacted themselves agencies from different listings. In a matter of one hours they were on their way to visit about three (3) homes that very same afternoon, yet ended up looking four (4). They fired Leandro S. from Mendoza Homes and hooked up with an incredible, efficient, friendly and motivated agent named Germán Baccarelli from germanbaccarelli.com.ar The guy drove them around all remaining three days they had left in Mendoza, "morning and afternoon, and managed to see most of the homes from the listings they originally sent to Leandro S. Thanks to Germán, they learnt about the areas, new developments and loads about the housing market in Mendoza. My friends are now back in BA, they are still looking at homes, and Germán is assisting them all the time, even until late hours of the night from Mendoza. They highly recommend him. Note that everybody in this country use mostly WhatsApp. German's WhatsApp # is: +54 9 261 454 5857. Worth keeping him in mind when your time comes to find a home, farm, cabin, whatever.

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