We want to be fair, but we have the feeling that the 6% commission is very distorted in their favour. I imagine it will be more unpleasant when buyers ask for a show at this point. newgardenelf: I scanned our list agreement and I don`t see anything of the Wraparound clause. We were ready to allow a show and we would have gone through the sale. We have purchased/sold many homes in different states and are able to manage our site and/or use our own resources. The relationship did not end on the best terms and the agent never contacted us. I hope she understood that we would not be back on the list with her. ”They seemed very interested when I ran him through them verbal evening thurs. I hope they will at least make sure that this is based on what they are looking for, I think your home would be perfect for them. I always keep your home in mind in the hope that a potential buyer can come. … I hope I`ll show his house soon? I`m sure they`ll first do a drive-by, but they saw all the images that were on the MLS. I hope it is true that this agent does nothing indecent, but I have seen some real estate agents in my day leave something to be desired, neither in their behavior nor in their personal ethics. Don`t try to denigrate this profession in general, but…

We had listed our house with a broker in 2015, but it did not sell, so the list officially expired. The agent called this week and said that another agent in his office would like to show our house to some customers, if we are still open. Inventory is very low in our area and buyers especially want something in our subdivision. She just sent a ”Permission to View Property” form. In the part of the Commission, this is a percentage of 6%, which we had previously agreed when he was on MLS. I understand that the agency wants to sign the form before showing the house. Last year, our agent called in a buyer who made a low offer that we refused. It agreed to reduce the commission to 5% for the presentation of the offer. What is a fair Commission in such a situation? It seems that 6% for someone with a buyer and without list agreement, no marketing experiences, etc.

is overwhelmed. Looks like your agent is expecting 3% for himself and 3% for the agent with the buyer. Yet a single show should be less. And make sure you`re always ready to move now that the house is out of the market. A ”single show arrangement” or an agreement reached by the Commission for the sale is a commission agreement between an owner (seller) and the real estate agent company.