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I agree with many of the Agents who have responded to the 4% commission question. It is our ethical duty as Buyer Agents to show all homes to buyers when working as a Buyer's Agent. Not all Agents feel this way, and even the best of Agents may feel a bit of resentment after they've been working with a buyer for several months and have shown 50+ homes to a buyer knowing that there's another 2 hardworking months of work ahead after an offer is accepted.If I negotiated a commission as a Listing Agent because of a multiple transaction situation with the seller, then I would give a greater commission split to the Selling Agent in the best interest of selling the home for the seller.
Your listing broker might have considered having you pay the buyer's agent the going rate of commission to make sure your home was not passed byAND offered to lower her rate of commission charged you since she will receive commission on the buy side.
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