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If an agent is quick to reduce their commission while claiming to offer you the same services they are typically too hungry for business. An agent with the experience you really need to protect your interests will know the value in their service and so will their clientele.....they will be too busy to see the need in lowering their commission below that 5% mark.
As Dusty and Keri mentioned the commission in San Diego normally is 5-6%. If it is dual agency (representing both buyer and seller) there can be a brake. What is the norm for TX?
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What I tend to do is give a break, should I end up repersenting both sides, not because there is any less work, but because we have it all in house and we know it will go more smoothly and quickly, so I like to help out my clients by giving whatever break I can and leave them happy!
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I'd say 5 % would look like something on a higher end home in Escondido. 6% is not out of the question by any means, especially for the type of marketing a seller would get from a Realtor with Pacific Sotheby's Realty. Do you have a possible referral? Let me know if there is anything I can do to help. Feel free to use my http://www.LivinginEscondido.com site to get more in tune with the real estate market in Escondido.