Understandably, the Broker may offer to assign another agent to work on your listing.
If you make enough of a fuss, you just might get your release as an offer of goodwill.
The agent who left the company could offer to pay a referral fee to the original broker, so they can recoup whatever marketing costs they incurred ( you didn't say how long the home has been listed). It's jjust a suggestion.
....probably not. Your listing agreement is with the brokerage and so you will likely be bound to remain with that firm until the listing expires. If it expires without selling, then you can list with your agent and her new brokerage.
If your listing expires before she moves and you want to keep the process going without listing with her current brokerage, she can coordinate with her new brokerage on ways to accomplish that. Talk with your agent about options.
Good luck and thank your for recognizing that in the end, it is the agent, not the firm that sells your home. I believe that to my core - a strong brokerage will support a great agent, but will not make a weak agent great.
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