For a FULL SERVICE real estate broker, the rate is 5-6%.... Be sure to find out how much marketing and advertising the broker is going to do for you and how they plan on showing your property... I would be happy to meet with you and discuss this with you... I am an international award winning real estate professional and highly experienced listing agent. Thank you.
Richard "RJ" Kas (SFR, SRES)
"Representing the finest properties from Los Angeles worldwide"
KAS Properties - Coldwell Banker Previews International - Beverly Hills East
9388 Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
310.859-5334 office - 310.488.9826 mobile - 310-273-0670 fax ATT: RJ
RichardKas@gmail.com - http://www.RJforLA.com - DRE: 01352771
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I understand that you looking for a ballpark figure, I'm the same way a lot of times.....
As Brokers, discussing and comparing fees can land us in HOT WATER!
I always avoid mentioning any type of fee structure when other brokers are nearby. Here in Texas, and I'm sure the rest of the country, the Deceptive Trade Practices Act prevents anyone or group from getting together and discussing or rigging prices. In basic terms, this is "A No-No".
I'm sure no harm was meant, nor any animals harmed in this discussion... But just a reminder is all, as most brokers just want to help and are happy to answer questions.
Want to know what I THINK is typical for my area, give me call, I'm happy to talk about it. Comment or give my pricing in a public forum for other brokers to 'fix with'. Not so much...
What CAN be said, is that they may be negotiable. Most will negotiate depending on what you need...but not everyone. Not everyone charges the same fee, OR provides the same level of service or even the same list of services.
When you're in the market, it is prudent to interview several brokers for the job, and make sure that you CAN get along with the person you hire. A high level of trust has to be reachable between the two of you, as you are undertaking a huge responsibility that is already loaded with plenty of opportunity for stress, your relationship with your agent should not be one of them.
Hope this helps!
The Bremner Group at Coldwell Banker
REALTOR, 00588885, ABR, CDPE, eAgent, CSP, SFR, HRC, CRE
(O) 310-571-1364 DIRECT
Accredited Buyer Representative|Certified Distressed Property Expert |Pre-Foreclosure Specialist Certified
I want you to know that I appreciate any referrals from friends and associates who may be in the market to buy or sell real estate. You can count on me giving them the same high-quality service I provide to all of my clients.
If you're interested in selling, I'll be glad to assist you with a free CMA report.
Have a blessed day!
Have a great day,
Heather Paul, Realtor
A real estate broker's commission is never fixed and always negotiable. My brokerage charges a flat fee for listing and and selling services, other brokers may charge up to 7 or 8 % or more depending on the services provided to the client. You just need to check around.
Diane Wheatley, Broker
It is all negotiable. You may want to shop around to find the best mortgage rate and fees for your situation. Also, the mortgage broker does not sell your home, they do the financing of the loan to purchase the home. The mortgage fees are usually classified as "points" and/or loan initiation/origination fees.
A real estate broker is the one that sells the home and the commission to the seller is also negotiable. When an agent/broker lists a home for sale, the commission amount is determined at that time. The average commission in Los Angeles is 6%, however, many agents will list a home at 5%, with the commission being split between the listing agent and the buyers agent. The seller usually pays the commission out of the proceeds of the sale of the property.
Again, it is all negotiable.
Feel free to contact me if you would like further information.
All the best,
Kat Becker , Agent
Prudential California Realty