@Malik Batchelor No. You would need to be the buyer on the one end and the seller on the other. That is called a double close.
I agree with Larry T. The way I understand the Double Close is the Seller signs the agreement and then you'll need to take the agreement to a Title Company. Then the Buyer would sign a Purchase Agreement (which you have your fees included). Then you'll take that agreement to the same Title Company. The Title Company would then pay you the amount you listed on the Purchase agreement.