Buyers should never agree to a buyer broker agreement more than 2-3 months long. (I as a buyer broker only do 2 week agreements and will typically go out with potential clients a few times before I decide whether I even want to work with them. I see no reason to burden myself with buyers I don't care to work with and while I don't expect anyone to necessarily buy a home within two weeks, they can always be renewed and if I haven't earned their confidence then I don't deserve their business.
Most agents however don't do 1/10 the business I do, are essentially starving for any business and are taught to tie up clients with extended contracts. What their Brokers don't teach them is that you can't force anyone to do business with you if they don't like or respect you and that trying only creates problems and bad publicity.
Below is a link on how to find great Realtors (regardless fo where you live) and more buyers would be better off learning how to look for a Reatlor and what questions really matter before signing on with the first Realtor they speak with.
I wish you the best of luck and happy house hunting.
If you have not signed anything, then you can change at any time. I'd still discuss it with the agent, but you don't have to.
I'd be happy to work with you if you decide to make a change.
I've been living in the area for 25 years and selling for 12years.
One thing you might want to do is interview whoever you choose next.
You could also check out the TREC website and put in their name or license number.
See if they are a salesperson or a broker.....see if they do the basic to keep up their license or take a lot of classes to keep up and get better at what they do. You can often quickly tell the difference.
If you signed an agreement.... Then ask to be let out of it.... If they refuse, contact their boss.
There are a lot of bad realtors out there... You shouldn't have to stick with them if they do not serve you well.
If you have not signed a BREP, an email to the Realtor will suffice.
Lucy A. Puniwai
If you have not signed anything with them you can simply tell them you do not wish to work with them any longer. If you have signed a buyers rep agreement tell them you would like to cancel it. I never have those agreements signed at the beginning - you have to make sure the agent and client are a fit! I would love to help ya out if you would like to interview other agents! I'm here in Denton and have been practicing Real Estate now for 10 years and am ranked in the top 3 individual agents in the office!! Feel free to give me a buzz!
Mary Kathryn Clay - Realtor
RE/MAX North Associates
3111 Unicorn Lake Blvd. #110
Denton, TX 76210
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