I am not a real estate pro - I have bought and sold homes several times. . .I listed my house a little over a day ago and I'm getting a good deal of action - but one feedback from a showing said the price was too high and they would make an offer only if the listing price was lowered . . . WTF? Are they asking me to counter MYSELF? Isn't the usual protocol to make an offer somewhere below your max comfort level and see how the seller reacts/counter offers? And why would I adjust the price just a little more than a day after listing? Especially with multiple showing requests scheduled. It may be the list is too high, but isn't that what the market is for? Offer and counter offer? I'm obvious not gonna make a change less than two days in, and my agent agrees - but I'm curious if this is a "thing" now. Or not?