Asked by Jennifer, Woodstock, VA • Mon Jan 26, 2009
financial situation we felt unnecessary. We refused to answer his questions and advised him he is welcome to any information that is public but our private information will not be given. The agent went behind our backs and phoned our bank trying to get his questions answered. The potential buyer made a very unrealistic offer in which we declined. We have a lease to purchase on property that adjoins the property we have for sale. We told both the potential buyer and his agent that property was not for sale and non negotiable. The buyers agent contacted the owner of that property, provided him information in regards to the potential sale of our current property trying to persuade the owner to sell him that land so the potential buyer could put the two tracts together. I have felt very violated in this transaction and feel the buyers agent acted very unethical. Am I correct in these assumptions and if so I would like advice on how to report this agent to the proper regulating boards.
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