my listing agent made me an offer to buy my home he offered me 355 and told me he would waive his commission. but, when he put the offer to purchase on the table, it wasn't for 355k it was for 334k. he tried to explain why the figure was lower than he offered and it never made sense and when i told him i wanted to have my attorney look over it, he insisted if i waited until tomorrow the deal was off. i should have walked, i signed it because the house has taken longer to sell and i'm so stressed out over it, i'm starting to have health issues. it hasn't set well with me and i told him i wasn't at all happy with the way he told me one thing and did another and he tried to explain the deduction again, still not making sense. i told him the bottom line was i agreed to 355 with him waiving his commission and that's not the way he wrote it. after sending me an email stating he would let me out of the agreement, but i may not get another offer and wouldn't give me another one. so he sent a termination of contract by mutual agreement which i signed and have to give him back a check for earnest money. and pressured me to sign that. i'm ready to sign a termination of listing agreement because i don't want to work with him. the neighbors had told me long before i listed the house they wanted to buy the house and if they could come up with the money, they would and were hoping i wouldn't get any offers until they could make me one.. i had thought about filing a complaint with the real estate commission because of his bait and switch tactic and the way he pressured me to sign, but i don't want to cause him to lose his license.. i don't feel like he deserves to be paid a 6% commssion if i sell to the neighbors because he was never involved in any negotiations between me and them. i don't know what to do. as it is, i'm selling the house for over 250k LESS THAN WHAT IT COST TO BUILD, THAT ALONE IS MAKING ME SICK.October 05 2013 - Charlotte00YesReport 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.