- Should I trust my real estate agent?
- Do I have to use the Realtor that showed me the house?
- Do real estate agents lie about offers?
- How do I annoy my real estate agent?
- Why do Realtors lie?
- Do Realtors talk to each other?
- Is it OK to have multiple real estate agents?
- Is it OK to use same realtor as seller?
- Can I fire my realtor if I signed a contract?
If you don’t trust your agent to do a good job, you should probably hire another Realtor instead.
And if you are happy with the one you have, tell him or her when you are interested in a property and let him or her do the calling for you.
Should I trust my real estate agent?
A career means longevity and these agents will generally be more business-like and ethical than agents of old. That does not, however, necessarily mean you can trust your residential real estate agent. So, like any profession paid by commission, the agent has a strong incentive to see you close a deal.
Do I have to use the Realtor that showed me the house?
Agents do not work for free. You might ask, “Isn’t that the job—to show their listings?” Yes, an agent is obligated to show client’s homes, but if you are working with another agent, typically your agent will show you the home.
Do real estate agents lie about offers?
There are several ways an unscrupulous real estate agent can lie about an offer. They do not have to lie directly either. Sometimes a lie can be one of omission. On other occasions, they can make statements that mislead you into believing something about an offer.
How do I annoy my real estate agent?
9 Ways to Annoy Your Real Estate Agent: Seller Edition
- Refuse showings.
- Be hard to reach.
- Live like a slob while your home is for sale.
- Don’t tell us the whole story.
- Talk too much on social media.
- Want the Lexus experience but only want to pay for a Hyundai Accent.
- Insist on using your own photos.
- Call us for feedback immediately after every showing.
Why do Realtors lie?
Lies About Brokerage Fees
It’s likely that if an agent is telling this lie it’s because they haven’t proven enough value in what they provide a home seller to prove their commission and need to make it seem like commissions are a fixed amount.
Do Realtors talk to each other?
Yes, real estate agents talk to each other, and they do so to : Facilitate the sales in which they are involved. Build a professional network which, in turn, helps them better serve their clients.
Is it OK to have multiple real estate agents?
The short answer is yes, you can work with multiple real estate agents—under certain circumstances. Working with more than one real estate agent is fine when you haven’t signed an exclusive agreement with anyone, says Adam Aguilar, a Realtor® with Reliantra in West Toluca Lake, CA.
Is it OK to use same realtor as seller?
Working with a seller’s agent is always an option when you’re buying a house, but should you? In the real estate biz, one agent representing both the seller and the buyer is called dual agency. Although it’s legal in some states, many real estate agents—and house hunters, too—see dual agency as a conflict of interest.
Can I fire my realtor if I signed a contract?
A: Yes, you can terminate the contract with your realtor. The terms by which the termination can be made should be spelled out in the contract. Most listing agreements however provide for the payment of commission if the seller terminates the agreement early or otherwise blocks or prohibits the sale of the property.