when the buyer's broker approaches the owner of commercial property to sell, who should pay commission?

The seller did not have the property up for sale so therefore the seller did not have an agent. Is the seller obligated to pay 3 to 6% commission to the buyers agent
In Selling Property - Asked by Christi J. - Aug 14, 2017
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Patrick K.
Broker/Agent
The Woodlands, TX

all real estate fees are negotiable. If the agent has a ready willing and able buyer Seller should be happy to pay a fee. At that point it's up to the agent to define what his fee would be....

Aug 14, 2017
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Kevin L.
Owner/Investor
Everglades National Park, FL

no

Aug 15, 2017
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Kevin G. B.
Broker/Agent
Sherman Oaks, CA

It is a negotiable deal point. Traditionally, the Property Owner will pay the sales commission. The Commission Rate will depend on the sale price and market conditions.

Aug 20, 2017
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