I agree with the other agents here. Why raise objections that may not exist to most potential buyers. I think your agent should discuss those issues with the PB's agent as they arise and try to negotiate a deal. If you have only a few prospective buyers looking, you want to try to close a deal with one of them. Maybe the closet and driveway concerns can be resolved with a small credit toward that work? Otherwise, keep on showing and market your home like crazy. It only takes one buyer to close the sale. Many homebuyers may not have issues with the driveway and closet. Good Luck.
All the best,
I would not point out any potential issues someone sees, the next person may not see it as an issue. If you bring it their attention, they may say; "oh, you're right". And you do not want that. In the listing you may want to say there is ample parking and the driveway lists away from the home to prevent water accumulating at the foundation. Also mention that the basement IS finished, as many in the area are not. Do not remove a closet-they are too important.
The issues brought up by your potential buyer were specific to him/her and may not be concerns to anyone else. Why call attention to issues that others may never see as objections?
I would suggest that this information be given to the potential buyers who have a concern via your realtor. He or she can communicate your response the PB's realtor in order to address their concern.
I do not think it is a good idea to draw a potential buyer's attention to things they may or may not be concerned about.
Best of luck in selling your home!
Selling is better than defending.