Tag Archives: Buyers Representation Agreements

When a realtor ends the Buyer-Agent Realtor relationship.

I often get asked how a buyer can end a relationship with their realtor when they’re unhappy with them, but we don’t often hear about the flip side of this–when should the realtor let a client go? This is never … Continue reading

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Can I get out of a Buyer’s Representation Agreement?

The Buyer’s Representation Agreement (BRA) is the contract between buyer and brokerage that sets out the duties of each while the buyer looks for a property. Once the buyer decides to make an offer, a BRA must be signed under REBBA … Continue reading

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Buyer’s Representation Agreements – why we need them

Because I work on commission as a realtor, I can invest a  lot of time showing properties to a client and make nothing at all if they decide not to go ahead with a purchase. I accept that; so do my … Continue reading

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If you’re working with a realtor, WORK with them.

Here is one of my pet peeves as a realtor: people who have chosen an agent to work with but ask other agents to arrange showings, unbeknownst to that agent. You ask these people if they have an agent and they  … Continue reading

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