Are Realtors Underpaid??
Consider the following parallels between these two groups of professionals:
–Both groups include highly skilled, highly trained individuals;
–Both are known to tackle cases with long odds and a high risk of failure;
–Notwithstanding the aforementioned risks, both get paid only if their client gets paid. If their client walks away empty-handed . . . so do they.
–Both can toil for months — if not years — on behalf of their clients, investing hundreds of hours of their time, and incurring thousands in out-of-pocket expenses, before they see a dime of compensation.
So who are these two groups?
Plaintiff’s attorneys bringing class action suits — and Realtors! (specifically, listing agents representing Sellers).
Unlike the former, whose contingency fees typically range from 25% to 33%, full-service Realtors typically charge a 6% – 7% commission. Which they proceed to split four ways (with their broker, the Selling agent (representing the Buyer), and the Selling agent’s broker).
Realtors . . . one of the great bargains left!
Can't really figure out.
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