No buyer’s agent wants to ask their client to pay a fee that the seller usually covers.
Dear David, “Purple Bricks” sounds too good to be true. What is the catch? – AS SEEN ON TV DEAR TV: Purple bricks is a UK-based company. Since acquiring ComFree in Canada in 2018, they’ve been advertising their “commission free” real estate process, but it doesn’t mean that their Realtors work for free. Traditionally, Realtors
Dear David, In a recent column dealing with “no commission” real estate companies, you noted a great number of these sales involve a Realtor negotiating for the buyer, and that the homeowner would still have to pay commission to the buyer’s Realtor. As a seller, how do I justify paying the buyer’s Realtor for the
Dear David, I have been seeing a lot of commercials where a company advertises that there is “no commission” payable to a real estate agent. How does this work? Does it mean the agent is working for free? – SOUNDS GOOD DEAR SOUNDS: As far back as I can remember, “House for Sale” signs have