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CREEKVIEW
REALTY
THE LARGEST FLAT FEE MLS LISTING BROKER IN TEXAS
DFW:
(214) 696-4663
Austin:
(512) 444-8778
Houston:
(281) 444-7071
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(210) 444-1233
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(800) 219-9444
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(972) 881-9955

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Flat Fee MLS Listings Texas

Why pay six percent (6%)?
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You get the same MLS listing,
but without the big 6% commission.
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How commissions are divided between brokers and agents

First, it must be stated that commissions are by law completely negotiable. However, the "traditional" real estate community is still trying to hold on to the 6% commission structure--in some cases even move it up to 7. For illustrative purposes, we will assume a 6% commission because it is still the most prevalent.

There are agents and there are brokers--each must be licensed by the state. An agent must work for a broker for a period of time and complete educational requirements before being eligible to apply for a broker's license. Offices like RE/MAX and Ebby Halliday are brokers.

In the typical real estate transaction, the commission is split 4 ways. The 4 entities are: 1) the "listing agent" who took the listing, 2) the broker who the listing agent works for, 3) the buyer's agent, and, 4) the buyer's agent's broker.
For purposes of illustration, let's assume a traditional 6% commission and a $100,000 property sale:

That split varies depending on the agreement the agent has with his/her broker. 60% to the agent and 40% to the brokerage office is common, but the split can be 50/50, 60/40, 70/30, etc. Some brokerage offices charge the agent a fixed monthly fee for "rent" or whatever they choose to call it, and the agent gets 100% of the commission. Assuming a 60/40 agent/broker split, the final scenario looks like this:

If an individual has a broker's license, and sells the property he/she listed, there are no splits and that person gets the full 6%. If the agent who lists a property also sells that property, he/she only has to split the 6% with his/her sponsoring broker, and ends up with $3,600 (60% of $6,000).

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