Also, if you are financing the transaction with a mortgage, I would bet that most lenders would not permit the financing of furniture and personal property as part of the home purchase transaction. I always advise my buyer and seller clients never to include personal property, furniture, etc. in the sale or purchase of a home for that reason.
Good Luck with your home purchase.
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However, it could be unprofessional conduct and a violation of the Realtor Code of Ethics. As Anna and Bill suggest, talk to your agent's broker. Explain what happened. The broker has the power to take some disciplinary actions and to assign you a different agent.
Hope that helps.
Sorry to hear that. I would call his/her broker and if that doesn't get you want you want then call the Realtor's association. I'm not sure it would be classified as a criminal act as much as an ethical issue.