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In sales, which this is, if you go shopping for a car, you are going to buy one car. Less you have more money than Jay Leno. One car is all I am going to drive at one time or another. Hence, you check out a few cars, and the winning car goes home. Well all of those other sales people don't get paid for you buying A over B car. The landlord down the street doesn't get paid if his prospective tenant rents another apartment over his as well. Real-estate agents are sales people, yes, we have a little more bite and protection in our world than someone who sells cars and such.Still, if you want anyone to take your sales serious, stick with one sale rep at a time. IF you don't like this rep because of their bad bed side manners, fine, get ride of them when their contract with you ends.You agent probably doesn't think you are serious in selling this house. There are a lot of sellers in your spot who don't want to move, period. So, a stall is their tatic to stay. Yes, No, and indecision, your choice.This short sale has two sides to the sword, two cutting sides. One, you sell and two you can stall. Please, I am not trying to dis you, just trying to help you think what she is thinking. Put yourself in her/his shoes and understand, no sales, no money. No money, no house, no car, no food, no cable tee-vee.
Hello,To mention the use of "any" two professionals in working on the same job is not good. Case in point, you come down with an ailment were medical advice is needed. Do you choose two doctors?In this simple example you would not, however, if you feel as though the first doctor is not doing what is needed, you will easily discuss your concerns with this doctor so your concerns are addressed. If nothing still does not change with their "bed side manner", you will find one that does work as a true professional.Best of luck in bringing up your concerns with your present Realtor since as a true professional, he or she will do what is asked of them concerning your real estate needs.
I would have you sign a Buyer's Agents contract before I would show you a hproperty, this would explain the laws in my state. One Agent at a time.
Are you under a Buyer's Broker Agreement? Either way, it's always best to just put it all on the table. If you are honest who could fault you? Not always comfortable, but can you remember a time you didn't appreciate someone's honesty? Good luck.
Suggest talking with your current agent about what you are feeling. Not sure if you signed a buyer broker agreement. In some states it is required before openning a door. Your agent should have you on a auto search so as soon as a property meeting your criteria. Should send email to you immediately. Talk to your agent.
One agent at a time and one house at a time.If either isn't working out it's time for a chat!
Yes, it's ok; however, it's much better to work exclusively with a full-time Realtor that you can trust. If your current agent isn't meeting your requirements, it may be best to let them know, and move on.Furthermore, you don't want to be in a contract with an agent that is unresponsive and not representing your best interests, so more reason to move on to another Realtor sooner than later.Best Wishes.
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