Agent for buyer. Doing a poor job. I want another agent to write a 2nd offer. Any obligation to 1st agent?

Asked by , 90046 Wed Oct 29, 2008

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Robert Vaugh…, Agent, Riverside, CA
Fri Nov 7, 2008
If you have an issue with your agent, I would suggest you contact his manager/broker first and foremost.
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Robert MacLe…, Agent, Huntington Beach, CA
Wed Oct 29, 2008
Is it a second offer on the same house? There may be some commitment there. It depends if the agent can show a procuring cause. Have you signed a buyer/broker agreement?

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Pamela Brown…, , Folsom, CA
Wed Oct 29, 2008
Nuevolaredo,
If you are unhappy with your representation, you should seek out a new agent. Purchasing a home is one of the biggest financial decisions you will most likely make, and you and your assets should be protected through every step of the transaction and beyond. I would suggest interviewing a few agents first, to verify they are experienced, will work hard for you, and are a good fit.

I wish you the best in your search,

Pamela

Pamela Brown-Gatlin, Broker/Owner/Realtor
951-551-6121
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