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In your other question you ask about $10,000 properties. If you are after really cheap investments then you can expect to pay your agent for the transaction at closing. Once you get over $100,000 you should not have to pay your agent anything. Definitely shop around.
The seller pays the buyer's agent. You just have to show up! There may be a smaller broker's fee, other than that good luck!
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Yes, there are many Realtors that can assist you with the purchase of a foreclosed home. As a buyer you do not pay the Realtors commission, the Seller pays commission. Most Brokers do have some type of "Admin Fee," normally the admin fee is around $300 and will be paid by the buyer at the time of closing.
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Most real estate agents are skilled enough to help you find and close on a "foreclosure" sale. These transactions are almost identical to a regular transaction, with the main difference being that you will be dealing with the bank as the owner.
Also you won't have to worry about paying the agent for their services because this fee is normally covered by the seller. One bit of advice....try to avoid using the listing agent as your representative. Buyers should always seek their own personal representation to avoid the potential for a conflict of interest.
Good luck with your purchase.