Two agents accused of using a client’s vacant home for sex are now the subjects of an upcoming investigation, NewJersey.com reports.

The New Jersey Real Estate Commission will determine if the agents violated any regulations, and if they should be fined or have their real estate licenses suspended or revoked, a spokesperson for the state Department of Banking and Insurance said, according to NewJersey.com.

The couple that is suing the pair of agents reportedly alleges that they not only used their home “as their play pad to have sexual relations” in their bedroom, “among other places in the home,” but that the listing agent “intentionally listed the house above market value to avoid Realtor traffic in the home” while the the two “carried on their trysts.”

Source: NorthJersey.com

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