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Ignore any type of broker's fee and risk losing the asset.
Excerpted from No-load Stocks: How to Buy Your First Share and Every Share Directly from the Company--With No Broker's Fee by Charles B.
Another client moved from a one-bedroom that rented for roughly $2,800 a month to a studio in Battery Park City where the landlord paid the broker's fee and threw in two free months of rent.
Today, tenants accept apartments "as is" and often pay as much as a 15 percent broker's fee.
Many mid-market buyers figure once they pay the standard 6% to 7% broker's fee to sell their old home and lay out a similar percentage on the new house's closing costs, they won't have much money left to trade up to a significantly better home.
They are offering incentives to our clients, like one month free rent or one month towards the broker's fee," said Adjina Dekidjiev, rental operations manager with Manhattan Apartments.
At 5 per cent of the annual rent, broker's fees can set you back between Dh2,000 and Dh5,000 a year.