Have You Read the Consent for Dual Agency Agreement?

When Dual Agency May Occur

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The possibility of dual agency arises when: a home buyer is interested in a property listed by a real estate broker and the seller's agent and the buyer's agent are affiliated with the same real estate broker. 

 
Here’s the rub...a dual agent does not exclusively represent either the seller or buyer; there may be a conflict of interest because the interest of the seller and buyer may be different or adverse. As a dual agent, the real estate broker does not owe undivided loyalty to either the seller or buyer.
— http://www.mdrealtor.org/Legal/Legal-Hotline/Frequently-Asked-Questions/PostId/17

As a home buyer, you have the choice not to sign a Consent for Dual Agency Agreement. You can choose to work with an Exclusive Buyers Agent and member of the National Association of Exclusive Buyer Agents. (naeba.org) There are Realtors all over the country who work only for home buyers. We act as advocates for the home buyer who is bringing the money to the table and deserves 100% loyalty & transparency from his/her buyers agent. Here's our Broker talking about dual agency. If you're buying a home, consider working with an Exclusive Buyers Agent. We are unique Realtors advocating for home buyers 100% of the time in every real estate transaction. Marshall & I are in the Greater DC area and would be happy to answer any questions you have about buying a home. 301.922.1677 or Victoria@buyersagent.com