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Home Selling in 11771 : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Jan 9, 2010
Carmen Di Biase answered:
A discount broker usually charges a set fee or deeply discounted commission. The seller often deals with potential clients directly. The seller usually agrees to pay the customary co-brokerage rate for the area to the buyer's agent. There is no set co-brokerage rate as all commissions are negotiable. However, offering less than that will put you at a disadvantage to other homes offering full commision to the buyer agent. ... more
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