Keller Williams Real Estate-Horsham
I'm sorry to hear that your agent is not working out for you. It is completely disrespectful to you to waste your time and energy trying to find the right home for you.
You can definately fire your agent if you are not in a contract (Buyer's Representation Agreement). Sometimes it takes months for the right home to come to the market through the local MLS.
I would like to present to you why I specialize in seeking homes and representing buyers in the Sunnyvale, Cupertino area.
I have unique ways to actively pursue the perfect home for you even if the home is not on the market! I have the experience and the confidence to negotiate the best deals on your behalf as well.
Let me know when you have 45 minutes to spare and I can show you how we can accomplish your goal in a timely matter.
I look forward to speaking with you.
West Bay Realty and Lending
Welcome to the real world ...
You're about the 2,579 poster here to have the very same complaint ...
Just because an agent is in the business, doesn't mean they "know" the business ... keep in mind, most are still coming off of the "show them 5 houses on Sunday - and have a contract by Wednesday" syndrome ... well, those days are over -- waaay over.
It's as easy as 1, 2, 3 to cancel the contract ... you were very specific and clear on your wants and needs above, so do the same on your cancellation letter.
1.) write down all of the specifics, plus times and dates ...
2.) call and make an appointment to speak with the broker and or manager tomorrow ...
3.) briefly go over it with him/her and get the cancellation in "writing" -- and call it a day.
In todays market, realty companies are getting a huge amount of consumer heat .. like car dealers, they don't need anymore.
I might recommend interviewing 4 or 5 quality agents in your area .. most are looking for a job right now ... this time, take your time and find a good one - they are the minority.