If I am leasing my property without an agent, am I responsible for the broker commission of the lessor's agent

In Leasing Property - Asked by Barbara R. - Nov 23, 2009
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Kim B.
Broker/Agent
Columbus, OH

No. The lessor is responsible to pay his own broker if there is no commission offered in connection with the property. That being said, you may wish to consider doing so if the agent is representing someone who is ready and able. You may be able to adjust the lease rate to help share the cost with the lessor. You may want to consider that most of the better tenants will be represented by a broker.

Nov 23, 2009
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Gregory G.
Broker/Agent
San Francisco, CA

You may agree to pay their commission but are not obligated to.
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Dec 3, 2009
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shamasundar i.
Owner/Investor
Rockford, IL

this is dependant on the broker with whom you deal with .

Dec 7, 2009
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