If this does not solve the problem, then you should speak with the broker of their office and see what they have to say...
If you are not happy at this point, I would suggest having a real estate lawyer look over the contract you signed and see if their may be an easy out. I have relationships with several lawyers that would do this for no charge...
I would contact her Broker and tell her that she's not meeting your requests and you want out of the contract. They might ask you to meet another Realtor from that same office. And that's ok. Just interview them all. Ask if this is there full time job, if they have any references from past clients, what hours they work, what about the negotiating skills, how much added training do they have in the business. The amount of years doesnâ€™t always give skills; a great agent also needs extra training!!! Questions like that might help.
Buying or selling a home can be very stressful. Not to mention youâ€™re having stress from your job, family, friends and life. Take a deep breath.
When I started looking for a home many years ago I wasn't a Realtor. I did a lot of looking on my own. I even looked at for sale by owners. The agent I was looking with showed me one townhome and I made an offer that very day. I would never have done that again. I would have wanted to work with someone who will take time and go over the buying process and show me more than just one home. And I would want the agent to show me what homes are currently selling for in that area.
Hope these tips help
Do not feel bad if you are not happy with any agent you are working with. If you read the exclusive buyer's agent agreement, the agent has agreed to work in your best interest. We do not ask a buyer to sign a exclusive buyer's agent until after they have found a home. Feel free to contact us if you are still interested in buying a home.
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Signing an Exclusive Buyers Agency commits both the Buyer and the Buyers Agent to each other for an agreed upon real estate goal and for a particular period of time. If the agreed upon expectations and goals are not being fulfilled, you need to discuss this with your Agent. Hopefully it can get resolved at that point. If not, you need to go to their Broker and allow them to have the opportunity to resolve the problem.
At this time, be very specific. You will usually be assigned to a more seasoned/experienced Agent in the field of real estate that you are looking in. Normally, if the broker feels that the situation can not be resolved and for the sake of good business relations, they will allow you to be released from the contract. Note that, dependent upon how the agreement was written you may be liable for certain fees/commissions.You may want to review your agreement prior to talking to your agent and their Broker. I hope you have a great real estate experience from this point on!
We have a couple very good agents that cover the Naperville/Aurora area and I would be happy to provide you with their contact info. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
You can still buy what she has shown you, have her broker put the deal together.
What happens when you find your dream home and you still have a nightmare of a Realtor.
Dump her NOW! before it gets worse.
As a Realtor I have a policy, We don`t get married on the first date, or the second.
If I don`t like you and you don`t like me , we go are separate ways.
My Buyer broker states I can be fired at anytime as long as escrow has not been opened.
Chances are if you don`t like me, I really don`t like you.
Make it a great day!