There is no cost to the buyer, because the seller pays the buyer’s Realtor. The company representing the buyer is usually paid 2% to 3% of the sales price. A buyer’s agent makes a portion of that amount. Buyers that use Julie Nesbitt as an agent to buy a home, can expect a portion of the commission to be rebated back at closing. Only a handful of brokerages (large or small) offer to rebate commissions, but all of them have certain terms and conditions. These are described in your representation agreement.
Turning from the general to the specific, consider this home in the City of Alexandria County. 2506 Commonwealth Ave was built around 1918 and is one of several Colonial homes in Mount Ida. Bottom line: 2506 Commonwealth Ave is listed for sale at $924,000. Nesbitt Realty expects to put $5,748 in your hand if you use Julie Nesbitt as your agent.
The welcoming front porch offers a perfect place to relax. Inside you’ll find beautiful hardwood floors and warm wood details & trim throughout. Main level has a library/study with built-in book cases. All 4 bedrooms are upstairs in this well … [Read more]
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