if i hire a real state to find a restaurant to lease will he get a commision from thr land lord?

In Leasing Property - Asked by amr a. - Aug 19, 2011
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Joseph S.
Broker/Agent
Pennsville, NJ

Yes, a real estate licensee engaged in writing by the Tenant to represent the Tenant, should also be able to arrange, in a separate written document, to get their commission paid by the Landlord. All of this should be disclosed to both parties.

Aug 19, 2011
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Nancy G.
Broker/Agent
Sandy Springs, GA

Usually the landlord will pay but sometimes not. Which zipcode and city are you interested in getting help in? Pls call or write - Nancy

Aug 22, 2011
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Michael H.
Broker/Agent
Beverly Hills, CA

Generally, Yes.
Property owners hire real estate agents to find them suitable tenants. If a property is not represented by an agent then the agent helping you can ask you to pay his fee.

Aug 25, 2011
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Chris R.
Broker/Agent
Denton, TX

Generally as a tenant rep the landlord will pay the rep a commission - if the property is listed in the market place.

Aug 27, 2011
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