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One issue has been missed in all of the answers - procuring cause. The listing agent showed you (the buyer) the home so has procuring cause. She technically/ethically/legally does not have to split the commission with another agent who now shows you the home. So, before you sign a contract with a buyer's agent, make darn sure that you tell that agent that you have already viewed the home so that he/she can call the listing agent to discuss the situation. You may end up paying your buyer's agent out of your pocket if you don't.
I would just recommend that you make sure you find one agent you enjoy working with and stay the course with them. If you do not "jive" with a particular agent, you would be better off finding another.
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