(Closed) How to fire your agent…

posted 8 years ago in Home
Post # 3
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Buzzing bee

I would say you should first give him a chance to explain himself.. or bow out if he really does think you are an inconvenience. Let him know that you are concerned because you are unable to reach him when you need him and you aren’t getting the attention that you need/deserve as a client and see what he has to say for himself.  Then go from there. 

Post # 4
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

I would let him know that as you are first time homebuyers, you need extra support in the buying process and don’t feel like he’s giving it to you.

FYI, we went through a total of 6 agents, and they were all that way. I did the searching online for homes and did all of the legwork, the agents basically just made the appointments. In the end we ended up buying a house and had the seller’s agent be a dual agent to save on the comission. We hired our own attorney, and by that time we pretty much knew what we were doing.

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