what is a typical commission for commercial sales in texas?

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In Selling Property - Asked by lauren w. - Aug 13, 2016
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Michael G.
Developer
Mokena, IL

"Typical" commission doesn't exist since it could be construed by regulators or consumers that there is collusion or real estate practices that border on anti trust violations. That being said I have seen commercial commissions paid as a percentage of sales price from anywhere to 1%-10% and I have seen commissions paid on a sq ft. basis

Aug 15, 2016
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John S.
Broker/Agent
Aurora, IL

There is no typical commission. Even discussing commissions could be considered a violation of the Sherman Anti-Trust Act.

Aug 17, 2016
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Chris R.
Broker/Agent
Denton, TX

Any and all commissions are negotiable between the seller and the REALTOR. You may look up comparable properties in your area and inquire as to what the commissions offered are and/or confer with a commercial REALTOR in your area and inquire.

Aug 27, 2016
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