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Sunday, September 12, 2010

I was wondering what the commission rate is for an outside agent bringing in a client?

Q......My brother wants to buy a new house in about a month or so and I was wondering what the commission rate is for an outside agent bringing in a client?

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A......; Imprecisely worded question, but generally (90+% of the time)the Buyer does not directly pay the Registrant for bring in an offer.

Fees to acquire a property could range from 0.5% to 3.5%




Typically (but by no means the only way) a Buyer contracts for a registrants services and that contract outlines the fees and allows for two contingencies a) agreed min fees paid thru the Seller's rep or b) in the event min fee from Seller is insufficient, how the 'topping up' will occur.

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