The responses you are seeing are right on. You are in charge and should feel free to request as many viewings as need to make you feel comfortable. I am not sure if your realtor is a part timer, busy, or any other reason he/she owes you more, and if after expressing this to them they do not respond then you may need to look in another direction for help. Good luck.
If you have been pre-approved and are actively looking to purchase. There should be no reason why you shouldn't be able to go out with your Realtor and look at the inside of these homes. To make sure our clients are well taken care of, years ago we created a Realtor team. We make it very easy for our clients to view properties almost anytime and as often as you like. To answer your question, i really depends on the agent and if they are full time or part time, how many client they are currently working with and their availability to help you.
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You realtor should be showing you as many properties as you wish to see. If you need to be redirected they will tell you so. On the other hand, if your agent is not available to show you property or is reluctant to work with you. It may be time to seek greener pastures.
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You need a new agent of yours is not available on a regular basis. Working with a good agent and good online tools can help. A good agent can suggest the best values and help guide your decisions. Many homes do not warrant a look after review of comps of maps etc.. If you can shop for homes 1-3 times a week and narrow a list to say 10 good ones than you can focus on getting what you want.
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