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Sacramento Short Sale Agent’s Fees And Commisions Are Always Paid For By The First Leinholder

Sacramento Short Sale Specialist Explains Short Sale Fees And Short Sale Commissions in Sacramento

Sacramento Short Sale Specialist Explains Short Sale Fees And Short Sale Commissions

Sacramento Certified Short Sale Specialist and Expert Short Sale Negotiator Forth Hoyt explains Short Sale Commissions.

It seems every time I sit down with a Sacramento area short sale prospect for an initial consultation, either at their home or in my office, the question always comes up:  Who pays your fees? How do you, the Sacramento short sale agent get paid?

Good question, I answer; you see, just like any seller, my fees for short selling your Sacramento area home come out of the sales proceeds, or in other words, my Sacramento short sale fees are paid exactly the same as short sale fees anywhere; the short sale commission is simply a reduction to the amount the first lien holder will receive (or Net) out of the  short sale.

Always negotiable, most commonly short sale commissions paid by banks are 5% or 6%, but that is not to say it is easy to get those commission amounts.  Banks pay their negotiators to do just that, negotiate.   And they will definitely try to get the Sacramento short sale agent to reduce their commissions during the short sale negotiations.

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