Property flip by listing agent to his own wife!!!Last September I saw a BANK OWNED property listed for $18500. I told my realtor to make an offer for $20500. Because the listing agent worked at the same Keller Williams office he send him an email saying that next morning he will be making the offer for $20500. First thing in the morning I signed the offer and when the realtor was on his way to fax the offer he received a phone call from the listing agent saying that he already have an offer for $27000 and if I want the property I should offer $28000. I accepted to offer $28000. I meet again the realtor we cross out the original $20500 and place the $28000. The listing agent start saying that the property was mine but I need to wait because the bank needs time to pay the liens. To make this history short after two months I get a phone call from my realtor saying that the listing agent told him that the bank became in so many expenses that I should go to $31000 if I want the property. The situation was so frustrated that I accepted to pay the $31000. At the time of the closing I found out that I was buying from an LLC and not from a bank. I started researching and found that the LLC was owned by "the listing agent wife" who is also a realtor and the property was sold to her for $19801. I asked for a meeting with the broker and listing agent without saying what I know. They told me that because of my poor english I didn't understand that there was another transaction in the middle. Listing agent told me that the bank accepted an offer that was placed before mine but he has no proof.What should I do? Any recommendation? Who is in fault? Listing agent? Buyer (also a realtor)? Broker? The three of them?Thanks for your help.May 13 2012 - West Palm Beach00YesReport a ProblemProblemSelect oneOffensive contentIrrelevant contentSpam (pure self-promotion)OtherDetailsYour emailPlease enter a valid email address.Submit CancelContent flaggedWe will review this content. Thanks for helping make the site more useful to everyone. To learn more, read Zillow's Good Neighbor Policy.We're sorry. This service is temporarily unavailable. Please come back later and try again.