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Mon Jan 23, 2017
Ebbflow answered:
The seller will most likely still pay the commission because it is built in to the commission as a whole unless (with this buyer agent contract) the seller refuses. In this case the buyer is obligated. Most of the time, the seller pays.

It is important to know and remember that unless you have this kind of a contract with a buyer agent, this agent's fiduciary responsibility is with the seller. This is so even though the agent is showing you listings. This is the law.
As such, the agent is not permitted to share information with you that you made need or want to know to help you make an offer and negotiate because they represent the seller legally.

If you are uncomfortable with the length of time, you can reduce it or sign it as per each house so that you are only obliged to the individual listings the agent shows you on a house by house basis.

An agent should have a CBR (certified buyer representative) credentials. They represent you and have your best interest in mind, fiduciary and otherwise and can negotiate the best deal for you, not he seller.
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Wed Apr 22, 2015
Anne Henslee answered:
Most foreclosed properties in Maryland are also listed in the MLS and offer a commission to a buyer's agent. So, the commission is paid by the seller. Since Maryland is a Buyer Agency state, it is in your best interest to have an agent represent you. ... more
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Sun Nov 16, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
Rebecca,
This would be a problem for the agent and the seller, but not the buyer. In most cases, the commission is posted on the listing and the closing agent takes care of this. If this is a for sale by owner situation, the agent should discuss this with the closing agent, review the settlement statement to ensure they were getting paid as per the agreement and get it resolved then.
If the deal somehow closed and the agent didn't get paid, they need to request payment and if they won't pay, they may need to pursue this legally.
Everything needs to be in writing and signed for the agent to win.
If you want to provide more details, we may be able to give a better answer.
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Mon Aug 11, 2014
Carmen Zuniga answered:
Hello Morellidog:

I come from Florida (lot of retire people) and for my experience I believe, I understand what you are looking for ... Walking distance is the main issue? Harbor East is a good option, Little, Italy, Canton, Federal Hill. I also love Harborview Apartments. In my opinion waterview is the key, it will also have a high resale value.

Call me to have an appointment and help you with the best options in town.

Best wishes,

Carmen Zuniga, BSBA, CDPE, ABR, E-PRO, GRI
Professional Real Estate
BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY Homesale Realty in Maryland & AllStar Real Estate in Florida
Member of National Association of Realtors (NAR), Member of Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors (GBBR), Member of Maryland Association of Realtors, Member of The Realtor Association of Greater Fort Lauderdale (RAGFL), Member of Florida Realtors, Member of Women's Council of Realtors (WCR).

Email : carmenzun@yahoo.com
Cell : 954 297 7718
Fax : 888-371-8431
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As a reminder I am taking new clients. If you know someone who is in the market to buy or sell or just simply have a question, please let me know. Thank you!
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Sun Feb 23, 2014
Josh Rosati answered:
Hab,

I agree with you. The new construction over at Harbor East is definitely one of the top places to live in Baltimore City. There is also not much for sale over there. If you find something, the average price is between $300 - $400 per sq/ft.

Please let me know if you are interested and I would be glad to show you available properties in the area.

Joshua Rosati
Keller Williams Excellence
443-558-8236
josh.rosati@kw.com
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Thu Aug 1, 2013
Miekeba Jones answered:
Hi Owego!! Yes!! It's case by case. May I help you find your new home? If so, contact me!
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Fri Jul 26, 2013
Tracey Clark answered:
6 Upland Road allows dogs. Not sure about Ridgemede Road.

Here's a link to a listing we have at 6 Upland:
http://hillrealtors.com/homesearch.htm?scope=OFFICE&id=55705473&action=detail&vtour_id=5829620 ... more
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Mon Feb 6, 2012
cab answered:
Hi, Many times they will be advertised as a mother-n-law suite but, many times they are not specifically noted as such. My best answer for you is to have an agent assist you in search for the perfect property. Agents have a way of finding / locating special types of properties your looking for. So by all means call me at 410-925-9800 and I would be happy to assist you.

-Ray
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