Have you Been Thinking of Selling a Property in Vancouver? Get Proven Results with our Advice Here!
Real Estate Commission Fee Calculator for Vancouver BC
There is often confusion for prospective property sellers when it comes to Real Estate commissions and the net proceeds (ie the amount a Seller receives from a real estate sale after costs).
How much commission will be paid (Check out my great video on what I charge for Real Estate Commissions) and how much tax (GST/HST) will be payable on the real estate commission fee once the property sells is usually an area of uncertainty for sellers.
This calculator will help to clear up any confusion!
Thinking of Selling?
Use this form to find out how to sell your home sooner and for more money.
Realtor Commissions with HST/GST Calculated!
In the form above, just input the property in question’s potential sale price (Check out this great video on Comparative Market Analysis or call me at 604-265-9356 if you are unsure of the sale price!)
Then just press “Calculate” to get the properties sales proceeds after all the real estate commissions and HST/GST on the commission are deducted. Basically, you will find out how much will end up in your pocket after you sell your property in Vancouver using this commission calculator.
Important reminder! Your Realtor fees are always negotiable as there is no standard or average real estate commission fee in Vancouver or across Canada!
Furthermore! The Buyers agent who brings an offer that gets accepted and Completes at the Land Titles Office gets about 50% of the commission calculated above!
Are you a buyer looking to calculate commissions on a purchase?
Fortunately, buyers of property in Vancouver DO NOT directly pay commission to their buyers agent 99% of the time. This informative video on how Buyers Agents get paid in Vancouver will help you learn more!
Selling a home in Vancouver and looking for advice? Check out these great videos on How to Sell a Home in Vancouver!
On the Sale Proceeds of your Property in Canada, How Much Tax might there be?
Check out this great video on the definition of a Primary Residence in Canada!