Asked by Johngreenink, Allston, MA • Tue Sep 29, 2009
The property for which I'd put in a bid was rather mysteriously taken under agreement this weekend with a different buyer. The property is now off the market and my two months waiting was pretty much for nothing. My realtor sent a strongly worded email to the listing agent/representative, but this doesn't accomplish anything.
I had bid more than the asking price - I thought that negotiations were supposed to go on, or at least, I should have been informed about the status of my bid. Wow, this is VERY confusing, does anyone have some input as to what to expect? Is this common practice to be left hanging for so long, only to be told that the transaction has already occurred? Should my realtor have been more proactive here?
Is it possible that you can put in a bid, get no response for 2 months, and then be told that the property has sold? I'm just shocked that we weren't asked about our bid and our willingness to change the bid. Does this happen regularly?
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