Yes you can, I understand you want to sell your home, well right now itâ€™s a great time. Thereâ€™s a lot you need to know if youâ€™re trying to sell your home. I am license in two states New York and New Jersey. In New Jersey I work for Churchill Corporate Services who specializes in relocation, so I deal with fortune 100, fortune 1000, relocation companies, international clients, and insurance companies who ask me to help them find homes to rent or buy. We have a great program for home owners and if you are interested in moving forward, please provide me with the best number and time to call. I look forward hearing from you
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As my colleagues have indicated, you are a delight!
Honestly, I don't know many agents who search the MLS and make a marked effort to bring their buyers to properties offering the buyers agent/transaction broker a higher commission percentage. If a buyer's agent is doing his or her job properly, he or she has a fiduciary responsibility to the well-being of the buyer, first and foremost.
If you are selling a condo in Jersey City right now, and it is priced appropriately, it will sell. If your condo has been on the market for more than a month without an offer you felt was even worth countering, your unit is not priced right or it is not being marketed right. More than likely (like most things in life!), it all comes down to price.
Hope this is helpful!
Joseph A Del Forno, Inc
You can certainly negotiate a realtors commission either up and/or down. There are many different types of ways that this can be handled. First, you can offer a higher commission split to the participating Realtor...i.e. 3-4% for the selling side and a lesser amount for the listing side. Of you can offer a standard commission and/or "split" but just give a certain number of "pluses" or bonuses to the Buyer directly....like possibly paying for part of the closing costs or other "givebacks." A knowledgeable, highly experienced Realtor will be able to discuss the situation with you and come up with a viable plan that works for all parties.
Thanks for asking the question.
Liberty Realty, LLC - Corporate Center/Hoboken
Remember price and condition are number one on list of priorities here, so if your place is priced right, AND shows great, then offering a competitive commission is the cherry on top and you are on your way to a successful sale.
Best of luck!
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If your agent were the buyer this plan may work but this is normally not the case. Because you are wlling to pay the agent's involved in your transaction more money for their services doesn't necessarily insure you will recieve a higher sale price for your home.
Our recommendation....revisit this plan!
I hope this answered your question! If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact me by the ways below.
Wishing you all the best,
De Vonte Williamson , LSA
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Few if any agents will steer buyers into a house that is not good for the buyers. It is just a matter of spot-lighting the upside of your property.
I am in Europe and returning on Tuesday and would love to discuss things further with you when you have time.
If your condo is priced realistically, a higher commission can be a good tool to get your home sold faster.