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Quick Tip: Talking About Commissions

My friend and superstar REALTOR Adam McGrew recently shared a unique concept that he uses when talking commissions with sellers. He focuses his script around what the competition is offering and how the seller can be more competitive in the market.

His first step is to print a map of the area along with a list of properties that are currently for sale near the new listing. He then researches the compensation offered to buyers agents and highlights this information in his presentation. Next he asks the seller a simple question "So, you do want to be competitive, right?"

Not only do most sellers want to match the current compensation offered to buyers agents in the market, many want to incentivize buyers agents and encourage more showings by offering a higher compensation percentage.

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In-Deal Commission Negotiations

 

What do you say when a seller asks you to discount your fee or worse the buyers agent fee when responding to an offer? 

Your answer can set the stage for how the seller will approach all negotiations through out the sale. It can also impact how cooperating agents view your brand and future working relationship. 

Watch this quick video for ideas on how to respond effectively and also how to respond when the seller complains that you sold the house so quickly they shouldn't pay you the full fee. 


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About Jim Remley

Jim Remley is a nationally recognized expert in the field of residential real estate. Entering the real estate industry at the...

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What do you charge? Easy Scripts for Commission Conversations

 

What do you charge? 

You will hear this question hundreds of times during your real estate career. How you respond can determine if you actually take the listing, your earnings per hour, and how much you value your time as a real estate professional. 

When you fumble or fold by offering a discounted commission you not only do a disservice to yourself, you do a disservice to the industry, and your colleagues. Why? Because it signals to potential clients that fees aren't based on actual costs of doing business but on an arbitrary number that is negotiable. 

Professionals set their fees based on the value of the time, the cost and structure of their business operations, and their expenses associated with each client. As a real estate professional you should be doing the same. Check out these easy scripts for making those conversations easier:

What do you charge?

It’s a success fee. I don’t charge anything unless I bring you an offer and we bring it all the...

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