2. Telll them you want to discuss some concerns in person. (ahead of time)
3. Calmly and rationally tell your realtor what they are doing, or not doing, that has upset you.
4. Tell the realtor how you feel.
5. Ask for their response.
9. Then have a discussion.
10. Buying a home is hard work. It can be fun, too. It's also emotional. You've already started the relationship with this realtor, see if you can find a way to work through the difficulties and continue. That saves you starting a new relationship with another realtor.
11. If you can't find a way to work together; ask to be released from the Buyer's Agency Agreement you signed. (We don't want to work with someone who doesn't want to work with us. It's unpleasant)
12. Once the agency agreeement is terminated with that realtor, you can begin searching for another realtor who will be more compatible with you.
(If there is a personality conflict of some kind, your realtor may already have noticed it and may be thinking the same thing as you; how do I get out of this without hurting their feelings or letting them down?
They may have an idea of someone who would work well with you. Ask)
Best of luck..
Douglas Montgomery, Broker/Owner
Home NY Corp. Douglas@HomeNY.com
Or just plain zero communication?
These are "usual" issues that arise. Your agent is there to help you and provide you with professional, expert guidance. If you've addressed your issues with your agent and you feel you were brushed off, then by all means find someone who understands your needs and will work in your best interest. Even if you have signed an exclusive buyer's agency agreement, you can terminate it if you are not satisfied with the service being provided by your agent.