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AbstractThis paper uses a search model with Nash bargaining to identify various channels through which agent gender affects selling price and selling time in the resale market for houses. The theory is used in conjunction with the empirical model to infer agent bargaining power when dealing with the same or opposite sex agents on the other side of the transaction. The results reveal that sellers set higher listing prices when working with male agents, a pattern consistent with sellers' ex antedoi:10.1007/s11146-020-09811-3 fatcat:ew7eam6zu5gx5c6kmt3c7nndge