For example, if the listing agent is getting 6% of the sales price. He/she will split that 6% with the buyers agent.
So, bottom line the seller pays listing agent. Listing agent splits their commission with buyer's agent::)
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Seller usually pays the commission to his listing agent and the listing agent usually splits the commission 50/50 with the selling agent. That could of course vary from state to state but this is usually how it works here in Florida.
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brokerage of the buyers Agent, who then split that between the Buyers Agent's brokerage and the Buyers Agent.
So if you are the Seller, you pay the commission as a total % of the sale price at the closing table.
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Usually, it is the real estate listing office of the property who pays the buyer's agent's firm the commission. The listing company is paid the commission by the seller who then splits that commission with the buyer's firm. However; this may not always be the case as some for-sale-by-owners will not honor a "Broker's fee" so then it would be the buyer's responsibility to pay his agent's firm.
Hope this clarifies!
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