If you will tell me what state you are in there might be a search function that I can find you.
You wasted a lot of time by not saying that at the getgo.Yes, I signed electronically to pay her company 2.5% at the closing if she brings a prequalified buyer. I’m in Virginia.
is not the same as "I signed."She wants me to sign
6% is a typical commission (3% to selling agent, 3% to buyer's agent) but the 6% includes all that goes with listing a property.I look forward to hearing if the agent is licensed or not. 2.5% is LOW.
Thanks for the update.Guys, you did help.
You provided a definition of a qualified buyer. And you gave useful tips on how to create my own agreement if needed. I, definitely, will use it in a future.
After reading your responses, I had some texts back and forth with the realtor. I decided to proceed with the signing after she added “paid at the closing” to the agreement. It seems safe. I have no complaints about 2.5% commission been paid for a qualified buyer.
The only funny part that she started with the offering to host an open house for me and ended up with the sprained ankle after I signed the agreement. Sneaky.
I am glad you took the time to register on this forum, Rita. It is important to note, however, that Helpp1z is selling her house on her own, without a real estate agent, which is a choice homeowners can make.always find a Real Estate Agent who will be trustworthy and having their license.