Yes, the 6% commission goes to the Listing Broker and is divided with the Selling Broker, the brokers than pay the two agents from their portion. The 6% closing cost covers the buyers cost of their loan, and various costs to close the loan, there will be other things as well, these are usually mentioned on the Financing Addendum which is attached to the Purchase Agreement. The closing costs will be in a separate section of the HUD from the commission payout. The HUD is the financial blueprint of the closing, if it isn't spelled out on the HUD, it doesn't get paid. Ask you agent to contact the closer for your side to do up a preliminary HUD 1 for you, and then ask him/her questions until you feel satisfied with the answers. It is very common for the buyers to ask for closing costs to be paid by the seller. Congratulations on the sale of your home!... more
Hello Burton. Are you asking whether you can list your property for sale here on Trulia? If so, please be advised that Trulia is not a place where consumers can list their properties. Listing is done only through licensed real estate professionals and they can then post their listings on Trulia. Trulia is not a real estate brokerage. It's a real estate search engine.
If you are asking if you can advertise your property on Trulia, the answer is also no as this would violate Trulia community guidelines. You can advertise your home on craigslist.com and backpage.com