How much should the listing commission be for commercial land in Arizona?

In Selling Property - Asked by Jeff W. - Aug 24, 2011
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Kate R.
Broker/Agent
Palm Desert, CA

5 to 6%.

Aug 25, 2011
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Aurelio M.
Broker/Agent
Torrance, CA

5% is ok but if you really want to get some interest offer 6% plus a bonus. If your property is in an area that is saturated with listings, a higher commission will attract more agents (And their Buyers)

Aug 25, 2011
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Mathew H.
Broker/Agent
Syosset, NY

As much as you can negotiare with the seller.
There should be no limit save your record of sucess.

Aug 26, 2011
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Chris R.
Broker/Agent
Denton, TX

Commissions are always entirely negotiable between the parties. That being said - you would have to look at the market in the area, how many land tracts are on the market, how many land tracts are selling, how many are comparable to the specific land tract involved and what is the commission offered for them..... you want to be competitive and if you want to move the land quicker - then either lower the price of the land and/or increase the commission to attract both buyers - and brokers to get your deal done as opposed to others that might be competing.

Aug 27, 2011
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Timothy H.
Broker/Agent
Monarch Beach, CA

It depends on the value of the land. We all have to make a living so do not be afraid to increase your commission to an acceptable minimum fee level. On the flip side, if you feel you are going to make too much money then drop your fee. We like repeat clients.

Aug 30, 2011
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Jake M.
Researcher
Scottsdale, AZ

The least amount of money you'd take for spending your time marketing the property or greater.

Aug 31, 2011
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