If so..hopefully he has someone,,if not email him what your need is...he or she will look out for you the best way possible...
Thank you..and wish you the best.hope you can get it...
Raul Suarez, Realtor
1-10 and Antoine
if you have a buyer agreement you must honor it, check the dates on you agreements. If the agreement has expired, you are free to go and sign up with someone else...
Georgina van camp
Keller Williams realty
If you have a signed agreement with him it is very unfair to suddenly switch if he has been working with you for a year. On the other hand if he left you without an explanation that's another matter, was this a family emergency, he should have had an associate stand in for him during his absence until he returns, you say he is still assisting you but in a limited capacity. If you are that unhappy about it, you have an obligation to discuss it first with him the same as he has an obligation to give you a date when he plans to resume your contractual relationship. If you are unable to communicate with him and do not receive a reply then you should contact his broker of reference. If that fails, then you have the right to terminate any existing contract and proceed with another Realtor. I hope you can resolve the issue and you find your desired home soon. If I can be of further assistance if you decide to terminate your contract then please contact me 832-274-7572 (ethically Realtors are not allowed to solicit another realtor's client) Good luck!
I would be happy to talk to you about what you are looking for. I work in West houston and Katy mostly but have been showing a lot of the new stuff way out west lately. FYI, I have a 5 star client rating and I worked hard to get it!
I have worked with this arrangement in the past and would be willing to work with you.
If this Realtor is your friend, you would hate to do something without him after a year of him working for you. With todays technology, I know you can reach out to him and work out something where he is still part of the transaction. I know he will want what is best for you.
Bernstein Realty, Inc.
Thank you for trying to clarify this and we appreciate that you are checking this out to make sure that you are doing the right thing.
You should really communicate your concerns with your realtor if you have a representation agreement in place. The agreement is binding, however, you do have the power to cancel. It wouldn't be ethical for another realtor to work with you if there is a buyer's representation agreement in place with someone else and the representation agreement with your current realtor would create a situation that any realtor coming in would be doing so free and would not be entitled to any commissions from the seller. If you need any additional help or if you do not have a buyers representation in place, I have availability and would love to help you out.
Better Homes and Gardens Gary Greene
Can you contact your Realtor? If so, notify that person that you cannot wait for some unknown future date when that Realtor will once again be available and you want to move forward with someone new.
You can also discuss your predicament with your Realtorâ€™s broker who will want to preserve your relationship. The broker may be able to hook you up with another Realtor in the office in the absence of your Realtor.
If you have a Buyer Representation Agreement with your real estate agent, it would be better if you speak with him to figure out how to work around this.
If you want to start working with another agent instead, I would still suggest you let him know what you plan on doing.
Much as I would love to help, I would not feel comfortable taking away business from someone unless there is a strong and valid reason for it.
I am here if you need assistance.
Most agents will have another agent in their office handle their clients if they will be out of touch.
It is nice to know there are clients out there that have some loyalty when their buyer's agent works hard for them.