An experienced agent doesn't want to see you make a mistake and should understand.
Still, when you enter into a contract, it is not to be taken lightly.
If you feel your agent is 'vested' in you completing a sale you don't want to, speak to their broker.
Considering that you are months into your transaction, I would suspect you may be forefeiting your deposit.
We sold a house in Florida a while back. One of our buyers who cancelled escrow on us, we learned from their agent, had bailed on 11 other purchases prior to that one. She lost 11 earnest deposits.
I wonder if she ever bought a house? :)
Pat Pribisko, J.D., Realtor
You need to discuss this with your Realtor.
The answer to a "Will I loose the downpayment" question depends on where you are in the purchase process.
The bottom line is that you are making a large investment, so buy smart.
Don't buy a property that you don't want to buy. And read your contracts, know the timelines for release of contingencies.
if you are with another agent, then they may be upset - and it may be their right to claim a commission from your deposits.
again - ask a Real Estate attorney