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Thanks again for the replies. In the meantime, I checked the NYAR code of ethics. The code says the Realtor needs to advise their buyer clients of: "the possibility that sellers or sellers' representatives may not treat the existence, terms, or conditions of offers as confidential unless confidentiality is required by law, regulation, or by any confidentiality agreement between the parties."So I'm thinking that in NY at least it's not unethical, although it might be bad for business as Simon stated.We want to be fair but we also don't want to end up feeling abused. I'm still not sure what we an do to protect ourselves that doesn't make us look like total jerks.
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