It would appear to be that yes, she would. If you end up buying a property with both yours and her name is on it.... and you made the *mistake* of signing an exclusive buyers agency agreement.. she is in too... and that agent would be due a commission on what you buy.
I am curious, how was it presented to you to sign such a document? When was it presented? Why do you want out of the contract? What is the duration of the contract?
Everyone always states.. oh, call the Realtor and ask them to release you.. you can get out of the contract.. if it was so easy, why would the Realtor ask you to sign one? The reason for the Realtor to hold you to the contract agreement is so that Realtor gets paid.
For me, I would never ask for a document like that signed. Period. You want to work with me.. you will. I am positive that I will win your confidence and loyalty. If your Realtor asks you to sign that.. say thank you and go find another Realtor.
Let us know how it works out for you.
Good luck to you,
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Feel free to reach out to me with further questions on this subject. I specialize in buyer representation and have plenty of experience with BA agreements.
Either way, good luck.
but before you do that explain to the agent first you no longer want to work with them... and why!
If you are in a scenario where you are unhappy for good reasons to not work with this realtor, then I would suggest you contact his or her brokerage. Perhaps they could all agree to assign you to another real estate professional, but that is not guaranteed, as a contract is a contract.
Sorry but hope that helps!