What would you do??
I'm looking for some answers of what other agents would do in this situation. I've been in the business for almost 30'years and this has never happened before. I am working with an out of town buyer. (In have sold him one other property). He sees something online, emails me to get info, then asks me to show it to " his crew". Usually one at a time. If the first one likes it, then It goes to the second person to check out. Last time there was a third. This time, I showed it to the first crew member. She liked it, 2 weeks later I was to meet 2nd crew member there. I got to the house 20 minutes early because that's how the timing worked out from an earlier appt. When I arrived, there was a man standing at the front of the building, waiting. I thought it was the crew member. I approached and asked if he was joe? Long story short, he was not joe, but was trying to call the number on the sign to see the property and wasn't getting an answer. He asked me to show him the property. I showed him the property and he said he wants to make an offer. At that point, the crew member, joe, showed up to see the property. I told the first buyer I would call him later and we would write up the offer. Now, I took joe thru the house and today I get an email that my out of town client wants to make an offer. Since I am a buyers agent to both, I feel stuck! I don't want to put my two clients against each other. Agents, what would you do??!?