I assure my clients excellent service and experience; if they are unhappy with me, they can break the listing agreement with a 7 day notice!
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"They are not happy?"
What does that mean?
Does it mean that when they overrode their agents objections and priced the home 30% above it's value bracket and now no one is looking at it and that is why they are unhappy?
Obviously the RIGHT answer depends on the source of the unhappiness.
Some would jump to the conclusion that agent performance is the issue.
Some may suggest the promised results did not materialize.
Other may conclude a personal issue has intruded on the professional agreement.
The options available can be:
Seek a counselor
Reduce the price
Have a heart to heart with your agent
Pay whatever fees are required, if any, and find another agent.
Best of success to you,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL
Phillip Scheinman, ABR, GRI, E-PRO
Broker * Sales Agent * Realtor
2831 St. Rose ParkwaySte. 100
Las Vegas, NV 89074
First call your agent and set up a meeting to speak with them. Review with them what they have done to sell your home. Why do they think it has not sold? Price? Condition? or? Ask for their honest opinion. Ask what plans they have to further market your home. Has an Open House been held? How about a Broker's Open House? Does the brokerage advertise?
If you are still dissatisfied, check your listing contract. Options to get out of the listing time early will be clearly defined. The advice given to contact the agent's Broker is good but speak to the agent 1st.
This is a HOT market in Las Vegas. Every agent I know is looking for more homes to show. We all have buyers - and many are cash buyers. One trick to put the home in front of more buyers is to lower the price and the new price brings your home back up to the top of the list.
Hope you sell soon!
Andrea Packo, Realtor
Gavish Real Estate
If that does not resolve the situation, try speaking with the broker that the agent works for. Again, that might help to resolve the issue. If that does not work, tell the broker you want to cancel the listing. Depending upon the listing contract, there may be a fee, or a time period that has to go by before you can list with another company.
Depending upon the situation, you may want to speak to an attorney since this really becomes a law issue contract is involved. I am not an expert on law nor qualified to advise you on law.
If I can be of any help in the future, please feel free to contact me. I have successfully selling real estate in Las Vegas since 1989.
Doug Sawyer CRS, GRI
Relaty Executives of NV
If you are unhappy with something that's being done, or not done, then contact the agents broker with the intentions of coming to a solution. These types of problems are often a result of a break-down in communication somewhere.