Remember that the agent who writes the contract to purchase is the one getting paid. What will you do about the agent who spend countless hours to help you and did not get paid? Would you be ok with that approach of working for nothing?
If you actually signed an agency agreement, you know that he has his duty and you have yours.
Think of your agent as the extension of yourself, he acts on your behalf, that is the definition of an agent. The agent is working for you, he is doing the job you would be doing yourself if you were as knowledgeable as he is in this field, he represents you in your search.
Now how many of you are you? That is how you figure out how any agent you need.
You wrote that 2 agents might work faster. Think about this: if you were to divide yourself in 2, you would have 2 of you and would work much faster. Do you want to divide yourself? Maybe not.....
You are going to find the right place, if you are serious, qualified and have a good agent, it will happen. Patience and persistence and you will get your dream home. Good luck!
Muriel Levin, Broker, Realtor in the Greater Los Angeles
HAFA Cert. by DRE, Short Sale and foreclosures resources specialist, Cert. Negotiator.
Agent Immobilier a Los Angeles et la region de la Californie.
Agence Immobiliere de confiance pour les francophones a Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, Hollywood et Santa Monica.
Muriel Levin @ Gmail.com