Are sellers cost the same in commercial as residential?

In Selling Property - Asked by Vicki B. - Aug 28, 2012
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Dick C.
Oshkosh, WI


Aug 29, 2012
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Tai N.
City Of Industry, CA

No, it depends on the total consideration, complexity, and the parties involved in the transaction. In addition, sellers cost is vague. It may include but not limited to the following: title cost, escrow cost, attorney fees (if any), real estate tax transer fees, etc.. I'd advise you speak with the commercial real estate agents in your area.

Aug 31, 2012
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Joseph L.
Orlando, FL

Every deal it different, every thing is negotiable.

Sep 1, 2012
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J. David F.
Brentwood, TN

Some of the items will be the same, some not. Not all the items like or not will cost the same. In fact it is rare for any 2 transactions to have identical costs. There are a variety of issues that come into play on each transaction that drive those costs.

Oct 7, 2012
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duane f w.
Granada Hills, CA

Since most commercial properties sell for much more money it only makes sense that average sellers cost are much higher. However much more dealing and negoiationing take place on commercial deals so that buyer and sellers have the freedom to work out agreement not possibly in none commercial sales
Duane F. Wente

Mar 4, 2013
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