If you instruct more than one agent, depending on the type of agency agreement you have, you'll either pay the standard agency fee, but only to one of the agents; sometimes called 'winner takes all'. Or else you'll pay a higher fee, and it'll be split between the two agents, typically 2/3 1/3 or else 50/50.
Accordingly, can I have more than one agent selling my house?
Can More Than One Agent Sell My Home? A: YES! All real estate contracts are negotiable! But the key is to find agents that "work" together, even if they don't work for the same brokerage.
Also Know, should you meet with multiple realtors?
If you're the seller, it's normal to meet with multiple agents at your home to interview them. Not at the same time, but often one or two per evening. If it's an open house, the listing agent—the agent representing the seller—will be there. You don't want to deal directly with the listing agent.
Can I switch estate agents?
You can of course change agent, it is your house and completely your prerogative on who you sell with. You are in the driving seat and you can change course anytime. There is a process that most agents will ask you to follow and this will be stated in the agency agreement/contract you initially signed.
Can estate agents lie about offers?
interest and/or offers from FTBs without finance in place. Their code of practice means they're not allowed to lie about the existence of offers but of course they all do because there's no way for you to prove they're lying. Remember how to tell if an estate agent is lying their lips will be moving.