Roschproperties, I checked the link but this is a private seller trying to short sale so it would be only the bank?
I also think the seller might be trying to sell it to their Keen. I am over this house now and don't mind moving to the next but I feel obligated to have agent deciplined to do the right thing. How do I? Agent is a broker so my Agent wants to complain to RealestateCommission of Georgia, is this the right thing?
My agent will send an email request and a phone call today.
Yes I understand that I can move to another property but how about the ethical rule here? is n't there one that governs agents in this situation? What rights do I or my agent have to request if Agent submitted our offer to seller, Can we tell the 3rd party lender that our offer might have been for more? There are two properties in that same subdivision and we are preparing to put another offer so it is not about falling in love, it is about Ethics and rules. Thank you.
You will never know the motivation of the listing agent. Short sellers are difficult to deal with. Short sales hard to conclude. There is a huge amount of fraud in short sales, if you offered over list the property was probably underpriced. If this agent would seek to cheat the lender, cheat the seller it is reasonable to conclude the agent would cheat you. The solution, Move on.
There are other properties.