If you are unhappy with your Realtor you can speak to the Broker in Charge of the company their with (assuming it's not the broker you're working with) and request that they assign another Realtor to you and explain why it is you feel that this is necessary. If you were to change firms you would end up having to compensate the second firm/Realtor as regardless of how you feel the Realtor you're working with now is legally entitled to the commission the Seller has offered to pay.... more
I hope that I was thorough in my answer to your original post, 2/20/2014. Yes, property taxes due rise and fall depending on the assessment factors. As a home owner in multiple states, I have been on both sides of the rising and falling of property taxes.
If you have any questions regarding real estate anywhere in the Northern Virginia or North Carolina, please don't hesitate to call or email me.
Absolutely and neither or the Realtors you are working with should have any issue with this. The agreements do not extend across state boundaries and should be specifically limited to the areas you' are working with them in (counties, city, neighborhoods etc.) No one should sign a buyer broker agreement that extends throughout a state, I would also suggest there is no reason in the world to sign an agreement for more than 30-60 days, they can always be renewed. If the agents your considering working with don't want to do this, go find another, You may want to read the link below.... more