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Why don't most MASS rentals listings pay the co-broke?

I am finding this to be more and more the case...It is difficult to expect tenants to pay for it all. Tenants have to save for the 1st & last month, as well as the security deposit and now the finder's fee...Isn't it asking a bit too much from tenants?
  • July 28 2013 - US
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Profile picture for Jay_Thompson
Never cease to amaze me how real estate practices vary from state to state. Tenants paying co-brokes/finder fees? The property owner typically pays in AZ. Never heard of a tenant paying.
  • July 29 2013
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Yes, which is why most landlords don't want members of NAR soliciting for them in the first place, and why the MLS is not the best choice for a renter to find a Rental.
  • July 29 2013
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