Hi all, I am selling in regional NSW and not using an agent. This is the third property I will have sold privately. In the past I have advertised as "offers over $xxxK" and have done well. This time though I have listed the property at a price and its advertised on the two main realestate sales websites as well as the forsalebyowner site. Here's the thing: - I had two offers on the same day for the listing price. Neither were made on the sale contract but i believe them to be genuine. There are two other very keen parties who have stated they'll be making offers in the next few days. I have let all parties know that two offers for the listing price have been submitted but not accepted. My questions then are: - 1) Can I continue to receive offers and sell above the listed price without breaching consumer law (misleading advertising etc) resulting in a possible claim against me from a disgruntled buyer? I understand that its not SOLD until an offer is agreed upon, Form 66w signed and a deposit paid. 2) Given the active interest and that it is likely that I will be receiving offers now above the listed price, should I change the listing price on the on the realestate sale websites? eg "POA"? or "Offers over $xxxK"? or if i do that, will I provoke the current buyers who are submitting offers? 3) If a Form 66w is signed by the buyer at the time of making the offer, am I correct in believe that this does NOT override other possible buyer conditions that they may include in the contract such as "subject to finance / pest and building inspection?" Comments on any and/or all of these questions welcome!