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Sat May 6, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
Yes you can terminate the Agreement. First of all, the Broker in Charge / Office Manager is responsible for their agent's actions. They also must sign the Agreement since the brokerage owns the listing - not the individual agent. Also your listing is with the brokerage - not the agent.

You need to speak with the Office Manager / Broker in Charge and ask to be released from the brokerage contract. You can stay with the brokerage and be reassigned to a different agent. Most managers will prefer that you be reassigned to a different agent so you don't leave the brokerage altogether.

Bottom line - do not stick with your current agent. Selling a home is stressful enough. Your agent's behavior doesn't need to add more stress.
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Wed Sep 14, 2016
Bob Brandt answered:
The next step may be to have the material tested to see if it really is asbestos.
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Fri Aug 26, 2016
Ellievdavis55 answered:
I would suggest talking to a professional or two. Getting their opinions should help you to understand exactly how much you should care about this. It could be a massive issue, but it could also be unimportant. The only way to know for sure is to ask and find out. ... more
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Tue Mar 19, 2013
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Wed Feb 27, 2013
Jennifer Snyder answered:
Jeffrey -

I would have to agree with my colleagues. Without seeing location and conditions it is no far to you to throw out numbers. If you would like to share the details needed, please contact me and I will be happy to assist. ... more
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Tue Sep 4, 2012
Deneen Ruffolo answered:
SHORT SALE!! Get it up on the market. I specialize in distressed properties and we can get them through with your job relo hardship and change of market . Also working with the attorney to get it through and there is no cost to you the bank will cover that cost for you. ... more
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Sat May 19, 2012
Lodiard Mondala answered:

Check this site if you are eligible.
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Wed May 27, 2009
Laura Karambelas answered:
Hi Charuti-

According to the showing instructions in our MLS, that home is under contract and waiting for the "seller" to sign the contract.

I hope this helps!
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