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1% Commission To Me
2.5% to Buyer Broker
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There’s nothing worse than not knowing what’s happening with your real estate deal. Unless in a meeting or driving we promise to get back to you within 10 minutes or less. I’m up till about midnight or 1am so feel free to call or text if you have any questions at all.
What's the total commission?
My commission is 1% for full service. If another agent bring a buyer they will get 2.5%. Therefore, if there are 2 agents involved it will be 3.5%. No surprises, no tricks. On average, our clients save $6,000 on commission.
Will I get good service?
Yes we provide full service for the 1%. Since the prices have gone up so much 1% commission is still a lot of money (in my opinion). We’re happy with that. Comparable services/marketing cost about double.
Is there a catch?
There is no catch. Obviously, if the house does not sell you do not pay anything. It is indeed full service.
Are you a part time agent?
No, I have been selling real estate full time for over 14 years and have been able to save hundreds of families thousands on real estate commission.
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General Information On Real Estate Commissions
- There are no “standard” commissions.
- Sellers agree to pay commission when they hire a real estate company to sell their house.
- Commissions are divided up into 2 parts. One part goes to the Listing Brokerage (LB) the other to the Brokerage (BB) who brings in the buyer.
- It’s not always divided up into equal parts between the Listing Brokerage and Buyer Brokerage.
- Even though there are no standard commissions, buyer agents seem to getting 2.5% in the Brampton market.
- LB commission in Brampton is anywhere from $999 to 2.5% (that’s what I’ve noticed. Others might be charging more or less).
- Generally no commission is paid if the house does not sell. Unless it’s a FSBO company that might charge upfront.
- Usually it’s not a good idea to pick an agent just based on commission. Check for track record, services, experience, and your comfort level.
- Some believe the more commission you pay the better the agent. Not always the case.
- Commission is paid the the LB, then a cheque is cut out to the BB for their portion. Your contract is always with the LB.
- Upon closing, your lawyer will cut out the cheque to the LB. You don’t need to worry about anything. Lawyer handles everything.
- Some companies (as mentioned above) will charge an upfront fee whether the house sells or not. You have to do all the work (and still pay the BB whatever you negotiate with them on your own).
- Be careful of agents who might charge $500 or $1,000. Usually there are catches. Be sure to ask lots of questions and read the fine print.