Sellers agree to a showing and give up their holiday only to receive a lowball offer

Q: We had open houses during the Labor Day weekend. We thought we would have Labor Day to relax at our Silicon Valley home. The night before, our agent made an appointment to show our house on Labor Day to interested homebuyers. These are the same buyers who arrived at the closing time of the open house on Sunday — who also stayed for an hour, delaying our return to our home. After much discussion, we begrudgingly agreed to allow a Labor Day showing. Our agent arranged with a colleague from another firm to supervise the showing, lock up the home and serve as a buyer’s agent. Our seller’s

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