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Dec 1, 2012
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BRA Agreement

Quick question for the experts....

Signed a 3 month contract with a goofy amateur realtor for Hamilton jurisdiction as it states on paper and now I am no longer interested in that area.

I am looking in the Peel / Halton etc now, am I legally able to use a new realtor?

Thanks.
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Mar 27, 2004
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yes
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[OP]
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Dec 1, 2012
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So a different real estate agent in each jurisdiction no problemo, no consequence. Lol
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Apr 29, 2010
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easypicks wrote: So a different real estate agent in each jurisdiction no problemo, no consequence. Lol
That isn’t absurd. Some agent based in the westend probably wouldn’t be super familiar with houses in Durham nor want to commute there for viewings every day
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Nov 22, 2004
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Ideally, you should inform the agent you are no longer interested in working with him/her and sign a cancellation form to sever the ties formally instead of ghosting them and moving onto a new realtor, but nothing's stopping you from doing it.
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Dec 27, 2007
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Better to call the broker since that is who the contact is actually with, not the agent.
Clueless Fox wrote: Ideally, you should inform the agent you are no longer interested in working with him/her and sign a cancellation form to sever the ties formally instead of ghosting them and moving onto a new realtor, but nothing's stopping you from doing it.
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Oct 6, 2020
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If you signed up for detached freehold homes in Hamilton and for example want to start looking in Burlington or even condos in Hamilton, you can have another realtor represent you if you want. I honestly advocate for signing BRA for a specific address to avoid tying you down to someone you don't want to work with in the future.
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HotDeals20 wrote: If you signed up for detached freehold homes in Hamilton and for example want to start looking in Burlington or even condos in Hamilton, you can have another realtor represent you if you want. I honestly advocate for signing BRA for a specific address to avoid tying you down to someone you don't want to work with in the future.
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Dec 1, 2012
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Thanks everyone who gave a moment to comment here.

Lots of love from me!

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