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Old 09-22-2007, 03:55 PM
Hyacinth Bucket Hyacinth Bucket is offline
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Default Re: Sellers' contract with Realtors in FL ...

nyclicker: When you say 'someone who has looked at it when listed,' do you mean ANYONE who has looked at it during the listing period, or specifically someone who was taken by a Realtor to look at it who would then (obviously) be entitled to a commission? Not clear if you mean that a homeowner cannot sell his/her property AT ALL to ANYONE (even someone who was NOT brought by a Realtor to see it but who saw it privately) for 30-90 days after the expiration of a contract....

villages07: Don't understand: If you 'brought the buyer to the table,' do you mean you as a Realtor? Under what other circumstance could you bring a buyer to the table, if not as a Realtor? Is the standard commission 5%? (Thought it was 6%.) And if you are acting as a Realtor, wouldn't you be splitting the commission in half with the listing agent rather than the latter's commission being 3% instead of 5%? What is an 'MD listing contract'; what does the MD mean?

Many thanks, both of you!
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