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What is a broker fee for selling a house in NEVADA, VEGAS , Price 82250.00?

How much is the commission or a broker fee for selling a house in Nevada , vegas and who will be pay it?
  • January 16 2013 - Las Vegas
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The commissions are negotiable. Usually, the seller pays for the commission of both the listing agent and the buyer's agent. Again this is negotiable and can be changed should both parties agree.

Sometimes there is also a fee charged by the buyer's brokerage as well. this can be called a transaction fee, brokerage fee, etc. You see this more commonly on the lower end deals as the commissions are very low and sometimes agents add this fee on to help supplement the low commission amount to make ith worth their time. Again this is also negotiable.

  • February 18 2013
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Commission is, in fact, broker fee and are always negotiable. Different agents and brokers charge different rate base on the level of service they provide, or the complexity of the deal.

Seller generally always pays for commission, although some part of the seller closing cost may be passed on to a buyer. Its always negotiable, but you will probably find it harder to sell your property if you are passing on lots of cost to the buyer.

Just reach out to any agents on Zillow or find one on Google, and give them a call. They will be able to provide you with a market analysis on what your house is worth, and discuss their prices, and your options with you!

Good luck!
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  • January 22 2013
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It always negotiable......negotiate...best of luck
  • January 21 2013
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The seller pays the commission.  You may find some charge less and some charge more. 

A discount broker may give you reduced services.  In the Las Vegas market with so many foreclosures you need an aggressive agent who will work diligently to get your home sold.
  • January 18 2013
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And it comes out of the procceds that the seller receives from the sale of the house. That is why I do give discounts to traditional sellers; I help people get moving in a changing market. Since most sellers selling traditionally right now may barely break even or be lucky to walk away with some proffit, the discounted rate is designed specifically to assist with that.
  • January 18 2013
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Commission=broker fee and is negotiable. I give a discount to sellers who are able to sell traditionally but don't have a whole lot of equity as is the case much of the time lately because the traditional sellers have been able to get back in the market and compete with the bank owned and short sale listings due to the lack of inventory. There is no set broker fee due to anti trust laws. Please feel free to call me if you still need an aggressive agent to list your home and give you a great deal!
  • January 18 2013
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Hello, 

The Seller commonly pays for commissions and they are negotiable. If you think your home is worth $82k, you may be mistaken, it may be worth more! If you give me a call or email I'd be happy to provide you with a listing presentation including a full break down of estimated costs. :)
  • January 17 2013
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All commissions are negotiable between the seller and the agent. Some can charge a nominal fee for less work, while other "full service' brokers would charge more. Federal law prohibits agents from publishing their percentage as this could mislead sellers into believing that all agents charge the same fee. It's negotiable.

And in most sales, the agents fees are deducted from the proceeds of the seller. If the home doesn't sell, you're not out any money. While many agents argue that the buyer doesn't pay a dime to buy a home, many sellers will base their sale price to at least partially reflect the cost of selling.
  • January 16 2013
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