REThink Real Estate
My ultimate advice to you is to set a date a few months out (or whatever makes sense for your target close and moving dates) and decide that if you haven't been able to secure a great property by that time, you'll revisit the issue of whether your agent is the issue and whether changing agents is even likely to make the difference. If, at any time, you do decide to change agents, though, you do owe it to your agent to let her know you've decided to work with someone else so she can invest her time and efforts into productive client relationships.
Tara-Nicholle Nelson is author of "The Savvy Woman's Homebuying Handbook" and "Trillion Dollar Women: Use Your Power to Make Buying and Remodeling Decisions." Tara is also the Consumer Ambassador and Educator for real estate listings search site Trulia.com. Ask her a real estate question online or visit her website, www.rethinkrealestate.com.
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