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Scott A. Nel…, Real Estate Pro in 02155
Scott A. Nelson answered:
Commission question
Everything in your agency agreement is negotiable, it can't hurt to ask. If you've already signed a contract you should read it through, it should address this issue. You' ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Dec 14, 2009 Home Selling in 01776
Peter J. Mla…, Real Estate Pro in 33131
Peter J. Mlaguzi Iii answered:
Commission in sudbury

How are you? An average commiaaion rate in the Sudbury are ranges from 5-6%, depending on he agency and marketing planned for your particular property. The commission is typica ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Nov 3, 2009 Home Selling in Sudbury
Michael Giles, Real Estate Pro in Beverly, MA
Michael Giles answered:
What if the seller has no agent, i.e. the owners are selling their house, and the buyers have a broker. Who pays the broker's fee then?
The Seller does not have to offer out any compensation to a Buyer's Agent. You can write the commission into the offer to purchase, but if they counter with no commission then you ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Sep 29, 2009 Home Selling in 01776
Heather Coll…, Real Estate Pro in Concord, MA
Heather Collins answered:
We just listed on on 164 Morse Road, Sudbury. Its a great value and home!
0 votes Share Flag Mon May 11, 2009 Home Selling in Sudbury
rockinblu, Other/Just Looking in Austin, TX
rockinblu answered:
Does the buyer's broker commission come out of the seller's asking price?

While I'm not a pro, I would still say/post that is the way it is normally done, and this occurs at closing.
0 votes Share Flag Sat Mar 21, 2009 Home Selling in 01776
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