Can agent actually don't let landlord know there is a decent proposal just because their personal preference?

I have submit a proposal to a property according to the landlord's request, deal start in two weeks later and my company is ready for moving.
However, the agent said they will prepare a lease right away, but it has been days without response, and nobody pick up phone calls or response emails.
so, i am wondering if the agent can actually don't let landlord know there is a proposal just because their personal preference? I mean the property is there vacant for long time, and buyer totally agrees the charge.
I wouldn't tell any name in here, but it is pretty frustrated when people don't pick up the phone.
In Leasing Property - Asked by Kris C. - May 15, 2015
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Ron F.
Broker/Agent
Andover, MA

Kriss, once a lease goes to the attorney, typically there is a time lag, often takes longer than one may think

May 17, 2015
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Randy W.
Broker/Agent
West Palm Beach, FL

I find it inexcusable for an agent not to return phone calls. I understand your frustration.

May 18, 2015
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Michael L.
Broker/Agent
Pasadena, CA

Call the owner directly, or go to their office

May 18, 2015
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Chris R.
Broker/Agent
Denton, TX

You said the agent said.... that would imply that the agent has a broker. I'd pick up the phone, call the agent's broker, email, text or go to their office and pursue to get your questions / status answered. Ignoring phone calls is just wrong. If that does not work - then by all means pursue contact to / with the owner.

Jun 8, 2015
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