Sweet Seminole Sassy,
As Professional Realtors, we are not attorney's and can not give legal advise. You need to look at your listing agreement. That is your contract between you and the agent's brokerage company. If you are not sure of the implications you may want to speak with the broker or a real estate attorney. If the listing ends today, you may be ready and able to list with another company. There is usually some sort of a protection clause in the agreement, that if someone your current agent showed the property to, purchases the property, her commission would be protected in a certain manner for a certain period of time. If you accept the offer and have a ratified contract between you and this Buyer, then there is probably some verbiage in your listing agreement addressing this also. It may automatically extend the listing agreement to closing.
Sounds like you have had some frustrating times, but don't lose sight of your goal. If this is a good offer don't let your frustration cloud your decision. Best of luck.
Broker Associate, GRI, SFR, NHS
Real Estate Consulting, Marketing & Sales
Prudential Tropical Realty
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