/ A job at a real estate agent vacancy in Wroclaw
My goal is to make more money obviously and thanks for giving me tips how it works here.
In Nigeria rent is paid yearly and commission depends on the amount of the rent. Is the rent is less than 500,000 Naira per year then the agent's commission is 50,000 naira ( 1 zl = 100naira). If the rent is above 500,000 naira then the agent's fee is 10% and if the rent is above 5,000,000 naira, the agent's fee is usually negotiable to 5% at the agent's discretion.
When it comes to sales, the agents charge 5% but this fee is also negotiable at the agent's discretion. I always give a discount to clients on the commission just to encourage them to patronize me. This trick works almost all the time because almost all agents are not willing to negotiate the commission so when they see an agent will to reduce the commission they "fall in love" with the agent.
Also most times agents have to network to market houses faster. For instance, I know the client and you know the landlord, we come together and share the commission 50 50. I know an agent who knows the client and you know the landlord then you take 50% of the commission and me and the other agent share 50%. Sometimes there are 6 agents involved but the agent who knows the landlord usually referred to as "the mandate or direct agent" still takes 50% of the commission and the other 5 agents have to share the other 50%. Is that how it works in Poland?
What's in for the Notariousz and lenders if they give contacts of potential clients to agents? Is they a charge or do they get a percentage of the agent's commission when a deal is sealed?
Sorry for the long post.