Instead of turning to strangers on the internet, you need to have a meet up with your agent and have an actual conversation. Printing and showing the question would be a good starting point if you don't know where to start.
You will find incredible things happen when folks CHOOSE to communicate. But, for some reason, we fall to the temptation to spew vitriol to assuge are perception of neglect.
No one wants to work with othes who are unhappy. This will prove true for your agent also. Talk to your agent, give 5 days to fix, the keep or dismiss.
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A contract can be ended with signatures from both parties. Realtors are service providers, if you hire a lawn service and they don't now the lawn, your entitled to end the contract.
Or...you've come this far, stick it out another 5 weeks and find a new agent.
I am not a lawyer and this is not legal advice.
Going forward, the first mistake you now know is signing a contract in the first place, or signing it for more than a day. I am sure you were not given a choice. Most new agents are trained to require it but many experienced agents choose to use it or skip it. I never make clients sign a contract until we are ready to write an offer on a home unless they ask me for one. People want to work with someone they like and if I am not the right fit, I want them to find the right person. I find almost no one leaves so the contract is pointless until it is time to buy and then required by law according to what I was taught. In the past 8 years, I can only think of 2 people that changed. My personal thought is the contract is more of a scare tactic for the buyer so they don't leave. It is really a dog with no teeth as it can be dissolved if you are not satisfied.
Have a great day!