But assuming the first agent / brokerage lost the listing as it was unconditionally withdrawn.
Anything that follows really depends on the terms in the listing agreement there is usually a protection period either put in the listing agreement or automatically included in it, this prevents the Seller to sell
on his own to a buyer to whom the house was shown during that first listing period...
In that case in the case of direct sale through the Seller, the first Agent - listing agent should get
If on the other hand after the unconditional withdrawl the Seller immediately lists the property again
with another REaltor and another Brokerage, no matter who the property is going to be sold to
the first listing agent does not get a commission.
That if I understood your question correctly and you were the listing agent only...
If you have any agency relationship with the buyer it is a different situation.
Hope this helps.
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