California property buyers and sellers earn and save thousands of Dollars. Buyers are rebated 50% of the buyer’s agent’s real estate commission where sellers only pay a 1% listing fee.
How can buyers get paid when buying California real estate?
When a property is listed with the MLS (Multiple Listing Service), there is a specific commission to be paid to a realtor at the close of escrow who introduces a buyer to the seller. Typically the vast majority of listed properties specify a 2.5% commission of the sale price to be paid to a buyer’s agent upon the close of escrow. Buyers choosing to have us represent them will be paid 50% of the commissions that we earn upon the close of escrow minus a small transaction fee.
Why should California property sellers have us represent and list their properties?
Typically California Real estate sellers pay a 2.5% commission to a broker for listing and marketing their property. If you choose to list your property through us, you will only pay a 1% listing commission plus a small transaction fee. If your property is currently listed with a licensed broker, it is not our intention to solicit that listing.