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However, you want to make sure your buyers agent has a track recording of listing homes for sale and that he is familiar with your local real estate market. If he is too far away, it might be better to have one local Realtor represent you in the sale of your home.
Have the two agent communicate with each other is important if your purchase is contingent upon the sale of your current home. Otherwise, the two can be independent transactions other than the stress of both buying and selling a home.
If the agent you already have only represents buyers, there shouldn't be any problem with you employing another agent to sell your home and they should be able to assist each other if the need arises through a contingent contract (you need to sell your house in order to buy the new house). Check with your buyer's agent first and if they don't represent sellers also, I would be happy to help you. You can check my references on my web site and contact me through there if you need a seller's agent.
If so, then yes, the listing agent should have no problem accomodating you if you already have established a relationship with a Buyer's Agent. If they do have a problem, it's not the right fit and I would move on.
You will want to make sure that the two agents can communicate comfortably. If you offer on a home contingent on the successful close of escrow on you own home, then it's critical for the agents to be able to work well with one another. That will likely be important to the listing agent representing the house you are making an offer on. Does that make sense?
Good luck to you!