The fee can vary, but is approximately 5% of the 12 month lease amount.
CA DRE License #: 01904666
Leasing can be a lot harder than it seems. That is if you want things to go right. You will want not just a real estate agent, but a realtor who has experience leasing properties out. I work with many investor in leasing their units out. The goal when starting out is to get the best dollar for your unit and secure the safest tenant.
An experienced agent can help you with the screening process, which is very important. He/she will also advise on best possible terms to protect you and your investment. He/she will advise you on appropriate expensesplits (gas, trash,.)
Please feel free to contact me. I'll be more than happy to help you out.
Typical fee can be around 6%, but that can change or can be flexible. Depending on the property too.
You would be wise to find a property management company.
Have them take care of the whole deal.
Harold Sharpe - Broker
So Cal Homes Realty
California Department of Real Estate Broker License # 01312992
I am happy to assist you. The fee is usally 5% of the lease price for 12 months. I have a friend looking in Torrance. Let me know more info about it :)
The Carrabba Group
Keller Williams Hollywood Hills
I suggest that you interview a few local agents to learn what marketing tools and strategies they offer. They will discuss with you what their commission fee is as they are negotiable. The agent will post your rental listing on the internet real estate web sites and your local MLS for free when you work with a real estate agent as this is one reason why you pay a commission fee for their assistance.
Hope this is helpful.
Prudential Connecticut Realty