Frequently Asked Questions about Real Estate

– Commissions –

How much are real estate fees?

How much commission does a realtor make?

How much commission to sell a house?

How much do real estate agents make?

How much do realtors make?

How much do you pay a realtor?

How much does a real estate agent charge?

How much does a real estate agent make?

How much is real estate commission?

How much is realtor commission?

How much percent does real estate agent get?

How much real estate commission should I pay?

How much to pay real estate agent?

How do real estate agents get paid?

How do realtors get paid?

How does real estate commission work?

How does realtor commission work?

How much are real estate agent fees?

How much are REALTOR fees?

How much commission does a real estate agent make?

How much REALTOR fees to sell house?

How much does a REALTOR cost?

How much are real estate commissions?

What does a real estate agent do?

What is the difference between a Realtor and a Real Estate Agent?

What is a Transaction Broker?

Should I sell my own home or use a realtor?

What is a Patio home?

Who owned my home?

Could a HOA deny a buyer?

What is a half bath?

What are inspection objections?

How can I increase showings on my home?

What is property tax?

There are a lot of questions from homeowners and home buyers about how real estate commissions work, questions about the contract, liens, inspections, exclusions, conveyances, mortgages, the list goes on. We started this FAQ list with the most common questions that we get from chatting with clients over the last several years. We are compiling them here as we get time–or as we get suggestions from others. If you have something you would like the answer to, first just call us and we can talk you through it. Then we’ll turn your great question into our Q&A format and then everyone can benefit.

Trelora serves the Colorado Front Range and Seattle Metro Area and our mission is simple: full service real estate for a fraction of the cost. When you hire a traditional agent to help you buy or sell your home, you pay that agent 3-6% of the home’s value. When you hire Trelora, you pay one flat fee. You’ll also get best-in-class customer service, a team of expert agents who close hundreds of deals per year, a proprietary technology platform that puts you in the driver’s seat and an average refund of $13,500 in Colorado and $18,000 in Seattle.