Can I unlist a property if the realtor put it on the market with the wrong price and showed it three times

The price was suppose to be 229,900.00 but they listed it for 129,900.00.

Asked on May 20, 2017 under Real Estate Law, Tennessee


SJZ, Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 3 years ago | Contributor

1) An owner never has to take any offers for a home--even if they were made at or over the correct asking price--and can change (correct; increase; etc.) the listed price at any time, so you can change the listing price if you like and do not need to take any incorrect/too low offers.
2) Alternately, you can un- or delist entirely if you like: homeowners may take properties off the market when they choose.

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