More A&H antics at Hello Living
From a comment early this morning on this post:
Heller fellow blogger readers. Yesterday I inquired into remaining availability at Hello Brooklyn. My call was fielded by a salesperson from Aguayo & Huebener named Rick Staula. He offered me very inaccurate information regarding this development and told that there were no mortgage contingencies offered at this property. Given the current state of the mortgage industry I found that rather odd. After calling back anonymously and realizing that Rick was completely wrong despite insisting so I asked to be reassigned to a different broker and sure enough I was shown an apt this morning which I have now put in an offer on. It was to my complete disbelief that I received a message this afternoon on my Blackberry from my receptionist letting me know that a man named Rick Staula had called and asked for me and when he was told I was unavailable he proceded to berate my employee and told her to tell me that I am a 'Jerk'. This was by far the most distasteful interaction I have ever had with a real estate salesperson and I would urge anybody thinking about doing any business with Aguayo & Huebener to think twice given the fact that they have such a rude and incompetant person on their staff. It's one thing to call me a jerk. It's another to call my place of employment and say such a thing. I am considering reporting this salesperson to the NY State Licensing Bureau. He does not deserve to have a license and certainly he should not be an agent in as open a community as Park Slope is. I have lived in the neighborhood for my life and will see to it that this man pays for his actions.
One more thing. To A&H's credit they did offer to send me flowers and were bery apologetic. The only real apology will come when this man is no longer on their staff. I am one person who is not worth pissing off. If anyone else has had a less than desirable interaction with this man please posit your experience here. His name is Rick Staula