It could cause friction. You should view a home right from the start with a buyer agent, not after seeing it with a listing agent. You can certainly hire a listing agent, but not sure if the listing agent will pay your agent a fee. You will have to discuss that with who you hire and then may have to explain to the listing agent why you saw it twice and then left them hiring a new agent.... more
I noticed no one responded to your question back in August. Foreclosures take time especially now with foreclosures under so much scrutiny. If you want to contact me directly with the property number I can do some research and get back to you. I haven't seen it in the MLS which means it is still in process or was sold at auction. Without the street number I cannot do much research.