Hello Easyspirit, most likely all they saw was when you took out the mortgage and the original amount. Who did the appraisal on the house? Was it an appraiser? If it was a Zestimate from Zillow or some other most likely wildly inaccurate guestimate, than it is meaningless. Secondly, you as the owner set the asking price, the buyer makes an offer, than you determine if you'll accept the offer or not, not the buyer. If you listed through a real estate agent, sit down with them and go over the pricing on your home (have them show you recent sold comparables that support your asking price) and have them walk you through the sales process step by step so you will be more informed about what should be happening. Good luck.
Tom Brady SFR, e-PRO, SRES, GREEN, BPOR
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