Prospective buyer is willing ready and able. Will meet all terms of contract. ie, close at the seller's convenience. Also, does the buyer's agent have recourse (commission)?
*property listed in the MLS
*offer made on a far bar land sale's contract
*buyer is also selling agent (personal interest)
This is a repeat question, I think? See my prior answer. Generally, NO; and perhaps the buyer's agent's BROKER does - - IF the buyer's agent is really, like MOST "selling agents" an agent of the SELLER - and entitled to a commission via the MLS Compact. Presumably the LISTING broker would have to sue the seller for the commission, and the selling BROKER would then make a cross claim). The selling BROKER here (i.e., the selling "buyer agent" is a nobody, legally - unless ALSO the BROKER of record); should retain counsel and investigate.
Hope this helps.
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