Asked by Akhosravi, Minneapolis, MN • Sat Jun 2, 2012
I found a listing on zillow that I really liked and called the listing agent to try and see it as I didn't have an agent at the time. He referred me to another agent in his office to show it to me. After seeing the home twice with that agent I've decided I want to make an offer. However, this agent has done a poor job of showing comps and provided other "bad" advice. I've been talking with another agent I know and they have done a much better job of showing me comps and coming up with a viable offer price. I'd rather use the 2nd agent to submit the offer than the first as they've done more useful work. I was wondering if I have a legal (or ethical) reason to use the first agent if I have NO signed contract? One knowledgeable person says no contract, no obligation. Another says I crossed the threshold so I'm obligated. Advice?
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