Estate sales are a little different than a normal sale as they can involve the court, an attorney and or family. Having handled a few it is something that can be worked out as we prepare the property etc for the sale process.
Typically in an Estate sale the commission is deducted from the net proceeds of the property at the time of the actual sale. No one actually pays the money per say, it is deducted from the final.
Let us know of you have any further questions.
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In most cases the Seller pays the Seller's Broker commission, and also the Buyer's Broker.
Sometimes the Seller pays the Buyer's Broker only, if the Sellers are non-represented.
And quite rarely, the Buyer's broker gets paid by the Buyer if they have an exclusive Buyer Broker agreement with that provision.
If you'd like to discuss different options, please give me a call.
Steffy Hristova, MBA, SFR, Realtor
If there is no listing agent and only an agent representing the buyer, then the seller can pay a REALTOR fee or commission to the buyer's broker. Probably not the best option for the seller, since the seller will have no representation in the transaction.
Best of luck!
Jason Dawson, RealtorÂ®
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