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Am I bad?

We have been working with a realtor now for the last two weeks. We have not technically signed her as our realtor. She has been very helpful.

Today I contacted the listing agent on another property. Its not in the same realty agency as the realtor we've been working with. Its a Re/Max property. One of the only ones that does not seem to be a troubled property.

While our original agent we've been working with said that we could go do as we pleased as it was our choice, I still feel only a smidge guilty about doing that.

In the end, I don't want to have to pay TWO realtor commissions. Okay, I know I would only be paying one realtor commission and the seller the other one, but that's crazy over all.

Is that bad?

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fayted
Mar. 21st, 2004 03:24 pm (UTC)
A realter usually works for the seller and thats traditionally where their commission comes from (and hence why you don't rely on them for too much advice) even though they are the one who is showing you the house, when they do so they are doing so on behalf of the homeowner, so a big emphatic NO don't feel bad. Enough said? *grin*
eyes_of_beauty
Mar. 21st, 2004 07:39 pm (UTC)
However...
Now days there is a realtor for the seller and a realtor for the buyer and neither the twain shall be the same.

This realtor has been working for us from the moment I contacted her about seeing the very first house.

However, I agree that I should not feel bad. Except that now I have to cancel the appointment with the Re/Max agent as it looks like (if we can get the contract accepted and financing approved) we will be purchasing that last house we looked at after all. *chews on finger nails in anticipation of either direction - be it yes or be it no*
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