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How to Terminate Real Estate Agent Contract Report Released by Denver CO Realtor

Know the ways to terminate an agreement with a real estate agent. The Buyer Agent Search program helps consumers to get out of an agreement and find a reliable and good buyer and seller agent.

Kathleen Chiras, the CEO of Skyfor’s Buyer Agent Search service has broadcast of a special segment of the Denver Colorado KHOW radio show that highlights the very important topic for consumers: Can they terminate their real estate agent contract? Real estate contracts are made to protect the consumer and help them understand the agent’s responsibilities. But what can they do if they are unsatisfied with the agent? The radio show segment that explains how is hosted by Denver host, Barry Miller, and Colorado Springs co-host, Larry Stanley, broadcast out of Denver, CO.

Read the full summary and listen to the August 3, 2019, 11 AM show here:

The buyer agency agreement and the listing agreement are the two types of real estate agent contracts. An exclusive buyer agency agreement ensures full representation of the buyer from the buyer’s agent while an exclusive listing agreement gives the seller agent the right to list, advertise and handle the sale of the seller’s house. Both agreements explain the agents’ responsibilities and what consumers can do when the agents don’t meet them. Once the consumer signs an agreement, he/she will be bound to its terms. This is why it’s important to carefully review terms and perhaps amend contracts before signing them.

Is it possible to terminate a real estate contract? Consumers can cancel it once they feel unhappy with the agent’s performance and if the relationship is not working anymore. Some of the other possible reasons are: 1) Agent’s failure to perform his/her contractual duties; 2) Agent’s failure to meet the consumer’s wants and needs; 3) The agent is unprofessional and rude and 4) The agent doesn’t communicate well. Once a consumer finds himself/herself unsatisfied with the agent, he/she can simply call/talk to the broker and explain the situation. Any contract can be terminated if both parties agree to the termination. Just be sure to terminate the contract respectably especially when the agent has put their time, effort, and energy into finding or selling a home. The best method is to cover the potential termination by writing in a unilateral cancellation clause in the buyer or seller agreement that outlines the conditions and terms under which an agreement may be cancelled.

To avoid an awkward task of cutting ties with an agent, make sure to work with a good and trustworthy buyer or seller agent. The top-rated Buyer Agent Search program founded by Kathleen Chiras has been helping consumers shop for top and reliable real estate agents for over 20 years. She personally does the consultation and provides a free list of handpicked buyer or seller agents. They have a large database of best agents where they keep profiles along with reviews from consumers. They thoroughly take care of each inquiry made by the consumers to help ensure that the top-notch agents in their network will only serve the consumer’s best interest.

When asked about the importance of having a good relationship with an agent, Chiras commented, “It’s absolutely critical because this is one of the biggest financial investments people make, so having the right relationship is exceedingly important. It is also fine to terminate a relationship that is not working.”

Consumers may go to to request a list of best agents anywhere in the United States, Costa Rica and Canada. For exclusive buyer agents specifically in Colorado, visit the Colorado Exclusive Buyer Agents Association at The headquarters office of Skyfor’s Buyer Agent Search program are available 7 days a week. Individuals are encouraged to call to discuss the best strategies for selection of a top buyer’s or seller’s agent and to get a free consultation if their current agent isn’t working out.

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