Brampton Real Estate Agent

About Me

Full service agent with low commission

Saving You $$$

On average, our clients save $7,000 on commission alone.

10 Min Replies

I promise to reply to your calls/texts within 10 minutes unless I'm in a meeting or driving.

24x7 Support

We are a full service Brokerage with 24/7 answering service so that no appointments are missed.

15 Yrs Of Experience

Helping people buy and sell homes for over 15 years full time.

Our team

Marketing Highlights

No sacrifice in service or marketing just because you're paying low commission

Drone video at no extra cost 100%
HDR Photography 100%
Facebook Ads with receipts 100%
Over 3,550 local agents' sites 100%
YouTube and Instagram videos 100%
Large Network Of Agents 100%
Ads on all National sites 100%
Full Color Feature Sheets 100%

Happy Clients

sample of our marketing

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Vic Singh (Sales Representative)

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General information on real estate commissions

  • There are no “standard” commissions. Each agent/office is free to charge what they like. There are no industry minimums or maximums
  • Generally, when a seller lists their home they agree to pay the Listing Broker a certain amount of commission (usually a percentage of the sale price). The Listing Broker agrees to compensate the agent who brings in the buyer. That is also a certain percentage. Right now the going rate seems to be 2.5% but that can vary from market to market.
  • If the house does not sell usually the sellers do not have to pay any commission. Unless you sign up with a FSBO company who might charge you a flat rate upfront.
  • Some Listing Agents will charge a “Marketing Fee” to buyer agents for marketing the property. So the coop commission offered might be 2.5% minus $500 marketing fee. To me this has never made sense. Why is the Listing agent charging the buyer agent marketing fee? That’s part of the job. That would be like the Buyer Agent charging the Listing Agent “gas fee” for driving the buyer around. It’s silly and usually the Listing Agent is pocketing that money. Be sure to ask your agent if they are charging “Marketing fees” and how much that is and who will get to keep it.