Ask for her agent's number so you can arrange a referral fee?
Offer to find your friend a better agent through your referral network?
Congratulate her and ask her to keep you posted on her progress?
Tell them you'd love to help and schedule an appointment?
Tell them you aren't familiar with that market, but you'd be happy to learn it with them?
Refer them to an agent who specializes in that market and collect a referral fee?
Discourage the additional offers because it's ethical to work with the first offer presented?
Tell all five agents that a bidding war is brewing and encourage them to bring their best offer?
Tell the first agent about the pending offers and promise to give her offer priority?
B or C
Immediately offer all visitors a brochure you created of all available homes in the area?
Describe the features of the home you're holding open and offer to answer any questions?
Probably - they'd do it for you.
Of course not. A true friend would never ask you to.
It depends on whether or not you're competing for the listing.
B or C
Offer to replace the washer and dryer for the buyer. After all, it was your mistake.
Call your seller and ask them to return the washer and dryer. After all, they signed the offer; they should have read it.
Apologize to the buyer agent for the misunderstanding. Explain what happened and hope she understands.
Refuse to show your listing to represented buyers? After all, that's why they have a buyer agent and you don't want to step on another agent's toes.
Show your listing to the represented buyers with the appropriate disclosures?
Show your listing to the represented buyers, but afterwards insist on a referral fee from the buyer agent if the buyer makes an offer?
B or C
Ask him to sign a 3-month Exclusive Buyer Agency agreement with you before heading out to look at the homes?
Ask him to sign a one-day Exclusive Buyer Agency agreement with you before heading out to look at homes?
Let it go to voicemail and call him back at noon?
Answer the call?
Take the listing at the seller's price because you know you will generate a lot of buyer leads, and later, ask for a price reduction when the feedback starts coming in?
Take the listing at the seller's price, but have the seller sign a disclosure that he acknowledges your pricing recommendation?
Politely decline the listing at the seller's price?
You politely explain to the seller that you would be entitled to the entire commission.
You offer to reduce your commission by 1% if you "double-end" the sale.
You offer to waive the co-op commission if you "double-end" the sale as long as the buyer understands that he or she has no agent representation.
Ask her to call a lender and then call you back to reschedule?
Give her some lender recommendations and proceed with your appointment as planned?
Refer her to someone else who has more time to waste with someone who isn't ready to buy?
Cheerfully terminate the listing and either accept or decline his offer of reimbursement, depending on how much money you've spent on marketing?
Refuse to terminate the listing?
Agree to terminate the listing, but insist on a 1% cancellation fee?