If the property is priced fairly buyer's will come and the seller can just disregard the potentially foul-playing buyer.
If you are questioning the ethics or conduct of a realtor prior to accepting an offer, and you have a bad feeling about it, go with your gut and seek other offers.
Also educated Realtors know not to answer legal questions that can get them, their broker or their clients into trouble.
This is a legal question and I would recommend you seek legal advise.
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You do not say what your part is in this post. If you are the seller, I am assuming that you are represented by a Realtor. if that is the case then it sounds as though the buyer's agent made an offer presentation and in that presentation you think they presented misleading information. Was the information accurate? Was it truthful? I think that from the ethics standpoint Realtors are supposed to be strong advocates for their clients, but honest advocates. It it was not honest then there is an ethics issue.
Your profile says homebuyer. So if your Realtor presented information to a seller in the context of presenting an offer, same questions apply. I routinely use MLS data and other information to help sellers understand why we made the offer that we did. Accuracy is important, but even more important is interpretation of the the data. Again, if the data is not truthful, there may be an ethics issue. Make sure that you understand what the Realtor was trying to convey. If necessary youcan complain to the Realtort's broker, and also the local association of Realtors.