My advice is to look at the Buyer's Representation Agreement. The agent's Broker is listed on that form. Simply send the agent and broker an email that you are hereby terminating your agreement. You don't need to explain. Then, feel free to interview Realtors and pick one that you feel comfortable with. If you decide to purchase a home your current Realtot has shown you, the Broker can file with the Texas Real Eatate Commissn on behalf of the agent to receive compensation. Make certain whatever you so, please do it in writing. If you would like me to look over the Buyer's Representation Agreement, feel free to fax it to me.
If you have not signed a BREP, an email to the Realtor will suffice.
Lucy A. Puniwai