No. If there is a successful negotiation, then the agent dealing on your behalf will be compensated by the sales agency selling the property. This is what we call a “conjunctional arrangement”. There is one exception to this and that is if the buyer is dealing directly with a “Buyers Agent”, who is compensated directly by the buyer on the successful purchase of a property. A contract between both the buyer and Buyers Agent would have to entered prior to the agent assisting the buyer in the search for a suitable property.