Jack Gillis, M.B.A., J.D.
Jack Gillis Realty Advisors
Nathan Grace Real Estate, Broker
5619 Dyer Street | Suite 100
Dallas, TX 75206
If your Realtor has submitted your offer, he will earn 100% of the commission paid if you close on this house.
Sorry you are not having a favorable experience.
Should you not buy this property and have not signed an exclusive buyer broker agreement with this Realtor, you should be able to part ways. Not every buyer is a good fit for every Realtor. I try to work with most clients but have to admit that I've parted ways with a few clients and was very relieved to do so.
That's fair for you to offer to find a Realtor who will agree to split the commission with your old realto. As long as you're buying at least a $200k property, you should find some realtors willing to work for half the normal commission.
Hope this helps.
All the best,
This is the same for Bank owned properties, they have their customized addenda that you MUST sign or you CANNOT buy their property.
I can highly recommend attorney Lawrence Fuentes with Fuentes and Kreischer if you would like an attorney review. It may also be a good idea to have Mr. Fuentes also review your title committment to make sure you don't have any unecessary "exclusions". Realtors are not trained to give you legal advice.
Here is Lawrence Fuentes' info: http://www.FKLaw.net
Good luck and don't delay too long or you may miss out . You can write in your offer that you would like your attorney to review the contract and addenda. There is a standard attorney review addendum to include with your offer.
All the best,
Alma Rose Kee, PA
Future Home Realty
my realtor, who i was not happy with before, said it was a "standard" contract.
suppose a lawyer would say it could be worked out, could i buy this property with another agent? i have had enough of this eel-realtor, and i do not want to even see him one more time.
would it be possible to engage another one and have them split the commission?