It doesn't matter where the property is located. The answer to your question is that by law all real estate commissions are negotiable.
The negotiation on a fair commission begins with the quality of the property, the size of the asset, the reasonableness of the pricing, the "hot button" features on the property that can be stressed, the cost of marketing, and the other things that make one property more desirable than other properties. It also helps to be the first, with the most to offer, that connects with the owner and to know what your competition has to offer in a particular area.
Be sure to make the commission worth the work that you are going to have to put into the sale of the property. If you and the seller decide it is a fair commission, then it surely will be.
Onward and upward John.... Rob Baird
Commissions can range
Jun 22, 2011