So Who Pays The REALTOR® Fees Video

Dated: January 24 2019

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So every now and then I will get asked this question, who pays my fees.Buyers and sellers are responsible for paying for different fees, so it's important to know what typically takes place on most every day home sales.Standard practice is that the seller pays the real estate commission of both the listing agent and buyers agent. while sellers pay the fees, they usually wrap them into the price of the home." In that sense, you could say the buyer pays the realtor fees,"It totally depends on how you look at the situation," Now again remember that this is the way real estate agents get paid typically but every situation is different And everything can be negotiated, so don't be surprised if a different scenario could possibly pop up When you're going through your home buying process. But as long as you have a good real estate agent working for you, you shouldn't have to worry, they'll take care of you and help you through the process.
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Renee Heintz

I am a full-time real estate agent at Century 21 Affiliated who services Rochester MN, La Crosse WI and surrounding areas. I have been in the real estate business since 2004 and I have been a license....

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