Question: Can A Realtor Sue A Buyer?

Can a Realtor sue a seller?

Just as any person or entity is entitled to file a lawsuit against another, a real estate agent can sue you, whether you’re their client or another party to a sale.

When a real estate agent does sue, it’s usually over a breach of contract or because they feel a commission has been incorrectly withheld.

Can I change my Realtor as a buyer?

Changing Real Estate Agents as a Buyer

As a buyer, there are certain factors to take into consideration if you decide you want to switch agents. If an agent has shown you several homes and you decide not to continue working with them, then this is acceptable.

What if I have a Realtor but I find the buyer?

A: You would have to check your listing agreement. If by a “selling agent” you mean to say that you have listed your home with a Realtor, having signed a contract to do so, and now have a friend’s relative who may be interested in buying it, yes, you do have an obligation to pay commissions.

When can a buyer sue a seller?

Suing a Seller for Misrepresentation

It is possible to sue a seller for misrepresentation. Normally, a lawsuit will involve fraudulent or negligent misrepresentation where the seller knew of an issue but deliberately hid it from the buyer or failed to disclose it when they should have.