Good luck, hope you get it sold.
Good luck with your home sell
I'm not sure you're fully grasping the answer provided. If a listing agent represents both sides of a transaction, they will get both sides of the commission, but they have done twice as much work, representing both buyer and seller. What you seem to be asking for is an agent willing to do all the work for half the compensation. It is not uncommon to find an agent willing to reduce their commission if they represent both sides, but that is typically NOT by half. Each contract is different, but it's far more reasonable to expect them to take 1 to 1.5 percent off if they represent both sides. You may find cut-rate agents to do really low-priced services, but remember the old addage: you get what you pay for. If you want cut-rate service, then you should look for a cut-rate agent, but if you want your property to sell quickly with fewer snags along the way you should seek a quality agent with a strong track record and be ready to pay for that level of service, just like with any other product or service. Best of luck in selling your home...
Do you realize that when you enter into a contract with a listing agent to market your home, the commission you agree to pay them is around 5-7%, but that is not what they receive typically? Let's just say the commission is 6%....of this, the listing agent will likely see 1.5-2%. Assuming that a buyer has their own agent, the listing agent will immediately split the commission to compensate the buyers agent. So of that 6%, their company will likely get only 3%. Of that 3%, they pay errors and omissions insurance, possibly a franchise fee and some split with the broker owner so the actual listing agent would be lucky to pocket 1.5% of your 6% in most instances.
If you want to cut your costs, you can find a brokerage house that will list your home for a flat fee of maybe 1%, but outside of listing your home all over the MLS and Internet, they usually provide no other assistance. And on top of this 1%, you would have to compensate the buyers agent direct or risk no buyers willing to purchase and also pay their agent themselves.
Outside of a flat fee brokerage for little help, you could always do a for sale by owner and take your chances. Good Luck.