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There is nothing ever stopping you from contacting the seller directly. However, as others have alluded to...If the seller was represented by a listing agent, there is likely a "listing agreement" in place. While the listing agreement may-or-may-not have also expired, there is typically language to the effect that the listing agent is owed a commission if the seller subsequently sells to a buyer who was shown the house while it was under the listing agreement. There is typically a time frame associated (my experience is 6-12 months).If you were represented by a buying agent, there may be a similar clause in any representation agreement you may have signed.
You should check the agreement carefully, there are situations under which an agent may be owed commission even after the listing agreement is expired. One should look at it from another view point also, If an agent did a good work then shouldn't they be compensated.
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