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Home Selling in 01852 : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Jan 7, 2016
Louis Wolfson answered:
First I always recommend that if he has a buyer than to bring you an offer with what he is looking for in the written . 2 % is fair, but you can offer him 100% if he does not have an offer.

Secondly, most buyer agents should have a written agreement with their buyer. The agreements vary greatly as to the fee amount, but it is not uncommon for the agreement to state that the buyer broker will seek their compensation from the seller, in the event the seller is unwilling to compensate them, or is offering less than the agreed upon fee, then the buyer will be responsible for the fee or the balance of it.

Hope this helps. Good Luck
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Mon Dec 24, 2012
Chris Doherty answered:
It is hard to give a number without knowing the specifics. You can call a real estate agent who will Perform a Free market analysis for you so you get the most accurate value of your home. ... more
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Mon Dec 24, 2012
Chris Doherty answered:
If you do not sign the extension then your contract will expire on that term. You do not need to sign the extension, but if you do not, your buyer may not be able to meet the condition of the contract. ... more
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Tue Jun 12, 2012 answered:
Your buyers agent can pull all other town house sales in the area to calculate current market value. There should be other comp's outside of the building complex.

Good luck!
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