You can negotiate commission on any price home, but the real question is "should" you.
Most people look lor low commissions because the assume that by paying less, they get to keep more. Although on the surface this makes sense, this is usually a false assumption. Why? Because with less commission something has to be left out, something that will cost you in the sale price.
Most often this is marketing, discount and many other agents put you home in MLS, put up a sign and hope someone sells it. Really good agents who specialize in listings (marketing homes) do much much more and it's this additional exposure that gets you more for your home, more than the 1 or 2% you can 'save" by using a realtor who discounts commission. Ever been to an auction where there were very few bidders? Prices stay low
The next thing to be reduced is the commission offered to the other 6,000 agents in the Cincinnati MLS who most likely bring a buyer. Do you really want to lower their incentive to sell you home over the thousands of homes on the market?
The third place is the commission the listing agent gets to keep after paying marketing expenses (if any) and the agent who brings the buyer. You don't want to decrease theitr incentive either.
Negotiation after a buyer if found is also an opportunity to cost or save a seller money. Hiring an agent who is a CNE (Certified Negotiation Expert) can easily make sellers another few percent of the sale of their home
Consider that an agent who is easily able to negotiation their commission down is not the best person to negotiate on your behalf with a buyer.
Picking the right agent is much more important that getting the lowest commission.
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