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I would have no Idea why your daughter's agent did not point out the house. There could have been any number of reasons including the criteria given to the agent to search for and maybe this house did not satisfy all the criteria. However, more importantly, the Realtor's job is far more than locating properties. There is a long list of services provided by your Realtor. Locating the right property is important but the real work begins after than.
The agent who was attending to the open house would probably not share in the commission... Typically the Seller pays all commisions and as a part of the listing agreement the seller allows the listing agent to offer a commission to the cooperating broker representing a buyer.
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