Well you got a good answer below, but be careful, what you may consider a BAD Realtor may not be
unethical or illegal.... It just really depends on your particular situation and most importantly on your
contracts or agreements, signed or otherwise, preferably signed, it looks like you are selling property in Los Angeles and therefore you should have had a sit down with that particular Realtor and a signed agreement with his or her brokerage, which should have spilled out in detailed all the terms, and
hopefully the Realtor also discussed and explained what he will or will not do as far as his and his Brokerage's services are concerned....
So make sure you look at the signed listing agreement and see how it fits into your impression of the Realtor..... and then remember your listing agreement should be with the real estate brokerage company and NOT with the Agent/Realtor him or herself, so that if and when you are dissatisfied with
that particular Realtor, the Brokerage Company can and will assign you another Agent from the office
to service you and you can state what it is that you would like to be included or excluded in their services....
So careful, figure first out what the agreement states and what terms you agreed to in th
Good Luck to you
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