Hi TF_Buyer, As Ed said, it's not a conflict of interest if that's the end of the story. But you should keep in mind that the agent will want to sell the first listing first and might (even without realizing it) play favorites. You see, when a listing is on the market for more than 80 days many agents begin to be reluctant to show the listing. (If it's been on the market for a long time, maybe there's a reason--or so the thinking goes.) This isn't a set science and certainly doesn't hold true for unique homes and luxury estates. Should those buyer agents hold back in showing homes that have been on the market a little longer? No. They shouldn't. But it happens.
Seller's agents also know that buyers will compare both units. They'll set the price of their listing competitively against the other unit. How will they do that if they're both in the same development? Are the features and upgrades plus/minus condition and square footage of one vs the other enough to fairly price each?
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