Did your Broker's Agreement that you had with your Realtor include as a part of it that the Broker was entrusted with "watching" your house in addition to endeavouring to selling your house?
As a general rule, a realtor is not a property manager.
A listing agreement alone does not impose the duty upon a realtor to act as a property manager.
You can, however, sign a separate agreement to have a realtor act as a property manager - assuming the broker offers that service.
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