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Unless the seller specifically requested their agent not show houses to prospective customers, the agent has just violated her fiduciary duties to her client, the seller.The agent you contacted has an OBLIGATION to show you the home (assuming you're "qualified" to purchase) and a refusal to do so puts that agent at odds with her legal responsibilities and could subject her to a valid complaint.If she shows you the house, she simply has to provide you the Notice of Brokerage Services so you're aware she is not representing you but is merely treating you as a customer rather than a client.If that happened to me, I would contact the seller directly either by phone or in person and let them know that you were interested in the house but the agent refused to show it to you.
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