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Cathy, Home Buyer in Goshen, IN

Do you advertrise a rental without a brokers fee?

Asked by Cathy, Goshen, IN Mon Jan 26, 2009

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Generally when a rental is advertised by a brokerage it usually means the tenant pays one month as a fee to the broker. On some occassions the landlord will pay.
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No, a fee is ways charged.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jul 8, 2010
Generally, the tenant pays the agency fee which is equivalent to one month's rent. However, there are some occasions when the landlord shares the cost. I have seen some motivated landlords pay the entire fee.
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I never submit an ad without including who pays the broker fee. It is typically paid by the tenant but in some cases the landlord will supplemet that.
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Usually the real estate fee is paid by the tenant. It is typically equal to one month's rent.
Web Reference: http://www.RemoRealty.com
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