Asked by Bob, Cambridge, MD • Thu Mar 6, 2008
to the buyer for her use later in the day. The buyer and her agent were having scheduling conflicts, so this was the agent's bright idea to get past the problem. The reason why I know this happened is because I walked in on the buyer and a friend while they were *rearranging* my belongings. My listing agent says it's okay because the buyer is well known to the buyer's agent and in a buyer's market, sellers need to be flexible. I say someone needs to go to jail. Any thoughts? The buyer's agent's actions were unethical, were they illegal?
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