Should not be an issue at all. Many offices have hundreds of agents. You would be in an intermediary situation as the same broker would be representing sides of the transaction. In a typical transaction the broker does not even get involved so there is really no conflict of interest. Now the same agent representing you and the buyer would be more problematic. While that is allowed in Texas I don't really think that is a good situation for the parties involved.
It's impossible for me to represent my clients best interests when representing the person on the other end of a transaction. While this does not happen very often it does happen occasionally. I will typically get another agent involved to help one party in the negotiation process to ensure that both parties receive the best representation possible. This is very different form your situation though.
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