The property owner typically pays the fee for the agent listing the property for rent, and for an agent who brings the tenant. To be on the safe side, be sure to confirm with your agent his or her fee is paid by the landlord.
If you need any help finding a rental, call me at 310-309-9130.
No...there is usually no fee for a renter...the landlord usually pays the fee if there is one to pay.
Good luck in your search!
All the best,
Kat Becker, Realtor
Prudential California Realty
There is no fee to rent a property through Trulia. Truila has all the listings from the Multiple Listing Service. The landlord pays the commission. You as a tenant will be required to pay a security deposit usually equal to one month's rent plus the current rent up front. Sometines the landlord requires a security deposit equal to two months rent, all depends.
If you would like further information, please feel free to contact me. I
Sotheby's International Realty
Please understand that Trulia does not list or sell or rent homes.
Agents can promote their properties here, on Trulia, and they set whatever commissions they want.
I suggest you speak to a local agent and see what the commission structure is.
Just as an FYI.....
Apparently, the way commissions are paid, in regard to rentals, varies from area to area, as in my area the tenant usually pays the commission!
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