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Asked by June Aukerman, Texas Thu Jul 31, 2008

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Keith Sorem, Agent, Glendale, CA
Fri Aug 1, 2008
I do not practice in Texas. In California we have 48 hours to get copies of anything the seller signs back to them.

My concern is: what else are you not being told? I would have thought you'd have called the Realtor. When I work with a seller we talk weekly about showing feedback, open houses, resutls from marketing, etc. It sounds as though you may have a communication issue.

Talk with they.
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Rick Ott, Agent, Copperas Cove, TX
Thu Jul 31, 2008
no you can't get out of it just because you do not have a copy. you signed it right? I hope you read what you signed. Just go and get a copy. About not getting feedback, well this could be bad or indiffrent. If your home is not sold but have had more then three showings then it is priced to high for location and condition. BOTTOM LINE!
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Kathy Fisher, Agent, Decatur, TX
Thu Jul 31, 2008
You should contact the broker of the company that you listed with. I don't understand what work you are referring to in your question, but, "TECHNICALLY" and you would need the listing agreement to read this, but there is a section of performance spelled out for the Company/Broker/Agent as well as for the Seller. IF they are in default of those terms (not communicating with you or providing you with copies of all you signed) they are in default and you SHOULD be able to withdraw the listing.
If there is a "penalty" for withdrawing early it HAD to be spelled out for you at the time your signed. I just don't know of many that will hold a listing hostage if one or both parties can't work together harmoniously. I wouldn't want to try to show a listing when I have a Hostile Seller that is NOT going to make it easy for me to show the property PLUS probably won't accept any offer I bring to them.
Call that broker! Good Luck.
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T.E. & Naima…, Agent, Dallas, TX
Thu Jul 31, 2008
Sorry to hear about your trouble. It seems that you have a predicament because the agent that you listed with is also the broker of the company. I would have recommended to speak to the broker and have another agent represent you but that is a mute pointe now.

Not receiving copies of what you signed is not grounds for terminating but it's very unprofessional and unfair to you. I would say, make a demand in writing and ask to be released of the contract. Hopefully the agent will just do that.

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Dallas Texas, Agent, Dallas, TN
Thu Jul 31, 2008
Contact broker of your listing agent, state your concerns since you have not had a response from your listing agent request for a copy of the agreement. SORRY to hear you situation. If want to cancel your agreement broker will have authority to do so on behalf of their agent.
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