Your house is worth $400,000. You list it for sale with ABC Realty (a fictional company) for, say 6%. That’s $24,000.
You neighbor, in a smaller house worth $300,000, also lists with ABC and agrees to pay 6%. That’s $18,000.
Why did you pay $6,000 more for the exact same service?
Isn’t that like you paying $100 for an oil change at the corner service station and your neighbor paying $60 at the same station for the same oil change?
Time to wake up, America. Real Estate Brokers who charge a percentage of the sale price as a commission are dinosaurs.
Real Estate should be a fee-for-service business – very much like your dentist’s business – and paying a Set Fee for service is the only thing that makes sense.
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