Pushy REALTORS® are not hard to recognize. You will notice that they don't truly seem interested in your needs or wants.
Choose your REALTORS® based on a referral you receive from someone you trust. speaking to someone who has had a positive selling experience with the REALTORS® will be of much help.
When a friend or family member refer a REALTORS® to you, there is a greater chance of you having a successful experience with that REALTORS®, than if you randomly choose one from the telephone book or the internet. Make sure the person who is referring the REALTORS® to you has had a recent experience working with them.
If you are a buyer working with a real REALTORS® , make sure to sign an buyer representation agreement that details what you are looking for in a home along with the maximum price you are willing to pay.
There are some REALTORS® that will attempt to show you homes that are above your maximum price or do not meet your priority criteria.
Usually this happens because the REALTORS® has some ulterior motive for selling the property. Respond to this situation the first time by asking that the real REALTORS® only show you homes that meet your criteria. If the agent continues to disrespect your wishes, or your contract, you should move on to a REALTORS® that will abide by the buyer representation agreement and your requests.
If you feel that a REALTORS® does not have your best interests in mind, kindly thank them for their services, and ask to cancel the buyer repesentation agreement and then enlist the services of another REALTORS®