When you sell your home, you obviously want to keep as much money as possible after the sale. Thankfully, there are some great ways to save on realtor fees, which can make a huge dent in your earnings. Here’s how.
According to our research, a typical Massachusetts homeowner can expect to pay 4.3-7.4% of their property’s final sale price in home-selling costs. Commission represents the biggest expense, at approximately 3.8-4.6% of the sale price — but closing costs can also add up to 0.5-2.8% of the sale price, depending on your location. […]
According to our research, selling a house in Oregon costs 5.3-8.4% of the final sale price. We gathered data from title companies in the state and found additional information by polling real estate agents in the state. Below, we’ve outlined all of the relevant costs associated with selling a home in Oregon. […]
The average cost to sell a house in North Carolina is usually 5.6-9.4% of the sale price. That adds up to around $12k-21k for a typical home seller. To calculate home selling costs in the Tar Heel state, we surveyed realtors about real estate commission rates in different NC metros. We also […]
In California, selling a house costs an average of 4.8-11.0% of the final sale price. The typical home seller pays roughly $28k-65k in realtor commission, closing costs, and other related expenses. To calculate this estimate, we polled California realtors about local real estate commission costs. Then we collected closing cost data from […]