No, if you are offering a competitive commission for the buyer’s agent and the listing price is appropriate.
We recommend a 2-3% commission for most markets but you can choose what you want.
All agents want to earn a buyer’s agent commission and will be willing to show your home to their buyer clients as long as they know they will be getting paid for their work.
For them it is no different than if your home is listed with a traditional real estate agent.
However, it is critical for your house to be priced correctly for your market. A listing price that is too high will dramatically reduce or eliminate the number of showings.
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