California listing agent told prospective buyer that property was worth less than listing price

She quoted a specific range that was significantly less than the listing price. I’m the seller so I’m not thrilled about this and I want to know if this is proper realtor behavior. There were at least 2 potential buyers present when she said this. One of them is represented by another realtor and I’m not sure about the other one. In my listing agreement, I did allow her to represent both buyer and seller. The reason I know she said this is because I received a revised offer (lower amount) which used this conversation to substantiate why the offer was lowered. The realtor admitted it but said she did not quote a value quite a low as what the buyer said.

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She quoted a specific range that was significantly less than the listing price. I’m the seller so I’m not thrilled about this and I want to know if this is proper realtor behavior. There were at least 2 potential buyers present when she said this. One of them is represented by another realtor and I’m not sure about the other one. In my listing agreement, I did allow her to represent both buyer and seller. The reason I know she said this is because I received a revised offer (lower amount) which used this conversation to substantiate why the offer was lowered. The realtor admitted it but said she did not quote a value quite a low as what the buyer said. submitted by /u/SandhillCrane5 [link] [comments]

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