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A large corporation sets policy and prices at the top. The Chief Operating Officer approves marketing plans created by a Vice President of Business Development in cooperation with the Director of Marketing. These commission structures are approved by the CEO to meet the corporate image and needs. At the ground level, representatives and franchises adhere to corporate policy.
A little business like Nesbitt Realty can make decisions at the lowest level, because the ground level is around four steps away from the loftiest levels of our small business. This means, we have the power to create fees when the need arises. We've studied the commission fees and structures offered by the most famous names in real estate and we've realized that we can match, meet or beat any offer by any broker in Fairfax County. We've organized typical plans into a few plans that range from a 1% to 7% commission. In addition we've removed an administrative fees that are charged over and above the commission so there are no surprises at closing!
It's a good idea for you chat with us and compare our fees and options to any competitor in Fairfax County. If you like what they are offering, but want to deal with a family-run small brokerage: talk to us before you sign. Most likely, we already have a similar sales option. (We can show you where the cheese is hiding in any plan, by the way.) In the unlikely event that we don't already offer a similar commission sales package, we have the flexibility to match or beat what you have in hand.
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