If, however, the level of professionalism you have seen thus far isn't up to your standards...then..interview a few more agents before deciding with whom you want to work.
How has your selection process worked?
Do you just randomly call agents whose listings you find on the internet, or have you done any due dilligence in regard to finding an agent - perhps someone who is referred to you ?
Micheal shed some critical light on your situation. There is NOTHING serious regarding your question. It is very much like asking "What's the meaning of life?" This is a big bright flashing sign that says, "Time hole ahead!"
You clearly have not gathered sufficient information to realize a home purchase is an exercise in compromise. You are NOT going to get EVERYTHING for which you wish! Until you realize this, agents who line up to invest their time in you will end up with little time for those buyer who have done their homework. In the end you will realize the home you buy has everything you got. Your final acceptance list determined what you got was sufficient. What you wished for was just that..wishes.
As the other commentors have noted, there are many indicators you are out of touch with the current real estate reality. Now, the agent who may choose to work with you needs to assess, ":Are you teachable."
The person who already believes they know everything IS NOT TEACHABLE.
Now, are you really ready to buy a home?
Present your needs in a precise, reasonable and organized fashion along with your qualifications, and let's see whether wishes and dreams can become a reality.
Best of success to you,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, Fl
If you are serious about your home search, it's up to you what your next move will be......but it will be important to put what has happened behind you and focus on successfully finding your perfect home. Either with or without the support of RE professionals!
Best of luck!
Chad Gray PA, Realtor
Luxury Living Fort Lauderdale
Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate
100% of clients rated our service as "EXCELLENT"!
Realtors are by definition professionals, just like lawyers or doctors. But the designation by itself doesn't connote anything about professionalism. You just have to assess each Realtor on his or her merits.