Home / Uncategorized / The naked truth about overpriced listingsThe naked truth about overpriced listingsTweet Tweet Related Posts What happens if you don’t pay your HOA fees. Are short sales still good deals? Episode #363 Can the seller cancel if the buyer doesn’t close on time? Should you do home improvement right before you list your house? About The Author lasvegastodd Logging In...Profile cancel Sign in with Twitter Sign in with Facebook orCommentNameEmailNot publishedWebsite 2 Replies2 Comments0 Tweets0 Facebook0 PingbacksLast reply was February 12, 2015 Johnny Carroll View February 2, 2015Would overpricing a listing fall into the guidelines of misrepresentation?Great video Post 🙂 Todd Miller View February 12, 2015I don’t think that an overpriced listing is misrepresentation. I’ve never seen a division complaint or Ethics complaint because of this. Its usually an agent willing to take a listing at any terms just to appease the seller. Some sellers are convinced the more negotiating room they have, they more they will get. Actually the opposite is true.