Do I pay any commission to list with BuyRentorList.ca?
There is no commission. We charge a flat advertising fee based on the marketing services provided. The fee is based on your home being posted on our website. There are extras that can be added to your account such as posting to other partnered sites (such as Realtor.ca, HomeSalez.com Canada’s private sale real estate classifieds network! Kijiji.ca, Craigslist.org, Trovit.ca, Vast.com and other partners and to social media giants Facebook.com, Twitter.com and Pinterest.com)and those are outlined in the other packages.
Should I let agents show my property?
Absolutely, while it is unlikely that a REALTOR® will want to show your home to a buyer (unless you are offering some cooperation incentive to a buyers agent), you must allow REALTORS® to show your home if they ask permission to do so. If you decide you want to work with local REALTORS® in selling your property you must be willing to pay them a *fair fee for their work or negotiate that the buyer will pay their agent. That *fair fee is to be negotiated directly between the seller and the agent that has brought an acceptable offer. In most cases you may not be offering any incentive to a buyers agent so you would be offering only $1 as a commission (it’s a technical requirement because it can’t be zero).
What do I do if I get an inquiry into my property?
There are two types of buyer inquiries you can expect to receive.
1) Those that come from a local REALTOR® will be handled in the normal manner where a realtor will call you, arrange a showing, visit your property with the potential buyer and if an offer is forthcoming it will be presented to you by the REALTOR®.
2) In the case that a member of the public is interested they will contact you directly via your BuyRentorList.ca listing (email or phone), arrange for a showing and if they want to make an offer they will do so through directly with you.