You want to sell the home, and the information you provided the agent is as you state a response to the buyers offer (so yes it is legal). He should of said to you, I'm going to forward your email or your response to the buyer, at which point you could of said ok or no.
I believe it is in your best interest, it is not mis-stating any facts, unless there is confidential information that you did not want to share (which is not legal). He could convey it verbally as well, but something may get lost in the translation and by email you have a paper trail.... more
We are expected to maintain a period of confidentiality during the Escrow:
Basically, that cloud is lifted after the Escrow Closes, because 30 days later, almost everything is there for anyone to read thanks to the County Recorder's Office.
You might complain to that Agent's Broker, because that would be a little indescreet, but not illegal.
We often have people ask us what someone owes on a house that is in foreclosure: THAT is personal and nobody's business. But almost everything else is in the public record.
It just means the home was originally build in a different location. When I-495 was constructed, someone moved the house to its current location. Usually the exterior of the home is removed before it is moved and then at the new location, the home gets a new exterior and foundation.... more