When you’re selling your home, arguably the biggest decision you’ll make is which real estate agent you’ll choose to work for you. Many agents also charge clients a fee that’s separate from trip expenses, and that may range from $100 to $500 and up. That fee can be charged up front as a security deposit and can either be returned to you at the end of the planning process or, more commonly, applied to the cost of the trip itself.
What will occur, generally, is that in the same notice which informs a veteran or a claimant of an award of past-due benefits, VA will inform both the veteran or claimant and the agent or attorney that a decision has been made on the eligibility of the agent or attorney to charge the fee called for in the fee agreement of the parties.
And so, here you have it: why most supposed “secondary” market Internet oil sellers and their brokers and agents typically make no sales or income in their stint into crude oil and petroleum product selling business today in this Internet era, for months and years.
If you decide to sell with more than one estate agent, it’s likely one of those agents will take it upon themselves to apply ‘featured’ listing to your property (for free) in order to get an edge over the other estate agent they’re competing against.
Some questionable agencies require or pressure clients to buy various services (website creation, sample cover mockups or illustrations, social media listings) or to participate in various pay-to-play schemes (a catalog supposedly offered at book fairs, a special page or section on the agency’s website, podcasts featuring agency clients).