agrees and to what percentage of the sale price, I if I am the Buyers Agent, then will have the seller
sign a one time showing agreement, which states the agents info, the buyers name, and the
agreement that if and when a sales contract comes about that the brokerage of the buyers agent
will be paid xxx % of the sale price at the closing table..
If you put ads out for your FSBO, it is a good idea to mark that you are cooperating with Agents who
bring a buyer, you should still always put the agreement in writing BEFORE THE SHOWING TAKES PLACE.
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Congrats on trying to sell your home! It is definitely a great time. Most brokers will show a FSBO, especially if it fits their buyers needs. Make sure it is known that you will work with buyer's brokers. The majority of people start their home search on the internet, show make sure your property is reaching your potential clients. Most people want to work with a Realtor because it is a huge financial investment and they need the expertise. My husband and I bought our first home from a FSBO and also did not use a Realtor. There were so many problems with the sale as well as our financial repercussions. We now know we would have been better represented by a Realtor. If you do have any questions please dont hesitate to contact me. I am a Clifton resident as well.
Yes they will bring in clients....but they are going to show the properties listed by them and their fellow realotrs in the MLS First!
In the current market and with all the changes Why would you even consider a FSBO ....
A seasoned professional in your area ...will not only get you a better price but will only be showing your property to Qualified buyers ....being A FSBO you have no way of knowing if the buyer is qualified or not....So you could be waisting your valuable time showing your property to what we call tire kickers or thos looking for the property on the corner of Cheap and A great deal!
My best recommendation to you Hire a Full Time Experienced Realtor to properly market you property and get you the highest and best price ....
You can always call me I can referre you to some excellent realtors in your area ...tha I work with all the time and If you are moving to the Jersey Shore I can show you anything in Monmouth or Ocean Counties
Best of Luck to you
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Homeowners are generally not interested, at that point, to discusss a full listing agreement. So I prepare a short document stating that the owner agrees to pay me if this one client purchases the home.
Frankly, it seldom results in a sale. I have found that FISBO homeownesr have very high expectations for their property.....hiwwwgher that most Buyers might recognize.