I want to show a commercial property located in Philadelphia but it is listed and managed by a realestate

Asked by Dr Hanh Vo, ePRO, SFR, RDCPro., 19006 Wed Jul 2, 2008

company in New Jersey. The listing company will not pay to coop broker. Is it legal if that re company do that?

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Susan Wesely, , Saint Paul, MN
Fri Jul 4, 2008
Yes, it's legal. Commercial Real Estate is entirely different from residential real estate. Yo negotiate EVERYTHING, including who pays what commission. Sometimes the negotiation continues at the closing table. This is obviously not your area of expertise, so I strongly suggest you refer the business to a commercial Realtor. Your broker should be able to recommend one, and you should get a good referral fee. Do what's best for your buyer - NAR ethics requires you to not work outside your expertise.
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Dallas Texas, Agent, Dallas, TN
Wed Jul 2, 2008
Yes they can Good luck http://www.lynn911.com
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