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There are so many agents in the market, how am I to pick which one to sign exclusive with?
How am I to know which agent has the experience in marketing landed property around my area?
For instance if 10 agents approached me, isn't it unfair to sign exclusive with 1 and left out 9 of them?
How long does an exclusive lasted, and what are the charges involved?
Posted by Soon Hiang Lim on 27 Nov, 2013 at 11:07AM
Category: Property Agents
Total 13 Answers
Answered on 28 Nov, 2013 at 12:41PM
Hi mr lim
Our company exclusive is 1month
Let me know more details so that I can assist u
CCN REALTY PTE LTD
Answered on 29 Nov, 2013 at 10:42AM
Hi Mr Lim,
Exclusive listing comes with a price. Agent do have the obligation when we sign
the exclusive. Important for you to know what are the differences between this
and open listing.
End of the day it is your price we are protecting and how to achieve a win win
As for experience agent, I would test the agent by acting as a buyer and let
him/her show my property & answering my questions.
Hope this helps
Answered on 29 Nov, 2013 at 11:25AM
Hi Mr Lim,
I will be glad to assist you. Feel free to contact me @ 96621870 for a non
obligatory discussion. Usually exclusive last for 3 months, commission open for
Answered on 27 Nov, 2013 at 4:34AM
- Different agents has own way of marketing tools.
- Charges market rate 2%, Open for nego
- Most importantly, you need to feel comfort & trust of the selected agent
- Feel free to contact for further discussion
Wilson Ong PN
Answered on 28 Nov, 2013 at 5:54AM
If you are using prescribed CEA form, an exclusive appointment lasts for three
months. On commission, you can negotiate with the appointed real estate
salesperson (RES) based on standard agency's guideline or performance basis or
You can qualify the potential RES based on transaction record, commitment,
achievements, and/or marketing plan. Alternatively, you can use Agent Link (via
SRX Property Search) which features agents based on a set of objective