We understand your frustration, but, when the offer is presented, agents do what sellers tell them to do in terms of price. The seller is usually driving the price and agents have advisory voice on it.
I'm sorry about you missing on the 67K price, but, when negotiating - you got to move fast and sign the offer as fast as you can, if the price is agreeable to you.
It's important how this info was presented to you - but we weren't there to have the right to judge the
agents in question, and there are always two sides to every story.
Best of luck with your purchase,
Beachfront Realty, Inc.
Philip J. Cunningham Sr
V.I.P. Realty Corp.
7942 Bustleton Ave
Did you write it up at 67 and the seller refused it or countered?
That said send over a formal contract at this point to get it in front of the sellers eyes so they can see
a real offer in front of them. Maybe they'll reconsider.
Let's make one thing perfectly clear, neither agent can agree on a price. Only the Buyer and Seller can agree. If you did not have an agreement with the Seller then you only had an offer.
I agree that neither agent should have given you the impression that an agreement was in place until it was confirmed with the Seller. Perhaps it was just a misunderstanding. Either way, you and the Seller are not that far apart. I would keep negotiationg until you reach an agreement.