Asked by Janice, Greenwich, CT • Wed Oct 28, 2009
The property has been under contract. I said:â€ how come? It just comes to the market.â€
She said,â€ Yes I submit an offer for my client 30 minutes ago", and then she said â€œif you like, you can send me an offer as a backup.â€
I said,â€ no, it is not fair; I would like to see my offer goes to the desk of the owner.â€
She said: "No. the property is under contract, my client gave the offer to the owner, and owner gave the counter offer, and this second offer is accepted by the ownerâ€
By the conversation, I believe the counter offer is very possible at a price lower that the offering price, that the listing broker act as dual agent, and she prefer to sell the property to her own client
I called a local broker to represent me, and asked him to submit an offer higher than the listing price.
I have no confidence in the listing broker's quality. Any suggestion that I can protect my equal right in this transaction and make sure that my offer has been passed to the owner? Is there any legal
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