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Hello, I need to list my house for rent in Spring. What are the fees I have to pay?

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Hello, I need to list my house for rent in Spring. What are the fees I have to pay?

By Borislav & Mile Salman   
Posted on Jan 08, 2019 in Topic: General
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Kimberly Scott
about 2 months ago
Commission is negotiable and can be discussed when you hire a Realtor to assist you. Typically on a rental it is equal to one months rent. If you have further questions, I would be happy to assist you.

Kim Scott, JLA Realty
Kim@movewithkimscott.com


about 2 months ago
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Lucy Alvarado
about 2 months ago
You will usually pay whatever the rent payment will be. Example your house rents for $1500. You will collect $1500 for the first month +$1500 deposit. You will pay the listing agent $1500 and you will get $1500.

Lucy Alvarado
Realty Associates/Realtor
832-885-9198


about 2 months ago
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Gabriela DeLaTorre
about 2 months ago
Hi... usually it will be one month's rent towards realtor commissions.


about 2 months ago
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Wendy Johnson
about 2 months ago
Hello Borislav & Mile, usually the first month rent you collect from the tenant goes to your agent's brokerage which is then split accordingly (buyer's agent gets 50% of that). I work the Spring area, let me know if you need assistance listing and I can explain the process a bit more clearly. Good luck!


about 2 months ago
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Frederick Richards
about 2 months ago
Evening,
Let’s talk about why you want to rent your house out? Then we can discuss the process of renting your home out. Please give me a call 281-782-6845.


about 2 months ago
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Liliana Patino
about 2 months ago
The standard Broker commission is the equivalent of one month rent wich will be splitted 50/50 between listing agent (representing landlord) and buyer’s agent (representing tenant). You, as landlord, will collect at commencement of the lease a security deposit (typically one month rent) and pet deposit if applicable. This deposits are refundable at the end of the lease based on condition and terms of the contract.
Liliana Patino
RE/MAX Cinco Ranch
(713) 498-6788


about 2 months ago
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Aurelio Valdez
about 2 months ago
One month rent.


about 2 months ago
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Arfacxad Cabrera
about 2 months ago
As you can see it is very typical for you to pay a full months rent towards both Realtors commission. We help you collect the First Months Rent and the Deposit before a tenant moves into your home. The Deposit is normally equal to the monthly rate amount. (832)465-1692 Chadc.realtor@gmail.com


about 2 months ago
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Antonio Lechuga
about 2 months ago
Mile,
It sounds like you’ve decided you don’t want to deal with putting a sign in the front yard or handle all of the phone call traffic, and answering the same questions again and again or showing the house, etc.
Finding.a tenant can be time consuming and mentally draining. You made a good choice in seeking out the help of a Realtor.

You’re getting all kinds of responses, though. You really should reach out to your Realtor of choice. If you don’t really know of any, you should ask a friend or loved one if they can recommend one for you. You can share with that Realtor a description of your property and exactly what your goals are. She can answer all of your questions in a more exact and personalized way. Good luck!


about 2 months ago
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Lisa Tam
about 2 months ago
If you list your house for rent , the fees for the landlord will be one month rent. Any question, please let me know or e-mail to me.

Thanks

Lisa Tam


about 2 months ago
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Nicole Martinez
about 2 months ago
Commissions can be negotiated depending on the level of service your wanted, typically the owners would pay the brokers involved the 1st months rent and retain the security deposit until the tenants lease comes to term. There after the landlord maintains the home of any repairs needed before, during and after the home is rented. Please contact me with further questions. I also offer property management with a services more extensive then that of the average property management for less.

Best Regards,

Nicole Martinez

https://www.thenicolemartinezgroup.com/


about 2 months ago
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Don Davis
about 2 months ago
Negotiable please call me 936-494-5500


about 2 months ago
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Patrick Schott
about 2 months ago
Typical fees are paid when your home is leased. You don't pay anything out of pocket up front. The tenant writes two checks (recommend certified funds); one is a security deposit check in your name, the other is the first month's rent made out to the listing broker. Good luck with your rental.

Patrick Schott
schottrealestate@gmail.com
281-799-9742


about 2 months ago
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Tamara Barnett-Mimms
about 2 months ago
Hello, fees(commission) is negotiable. Typically it's one months rent and is payable upon lease execution. Please give me a call, so that we can discuss how to get your home leased. Tamara Mimms 832-352-2587


about 2 months ago
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Cathie Bortz
about 2 months ago
Hello!

As my colleagues have indicated, the going rate is 1 month's rent. As the old saying goes, "you get what you pay for". Thus, my recommendation is to vet the realtor you hire in order to understand exactly what services you are getting for that month's rent.

I provide the same full array of benefits as I do for my listings. Those services include professional pictures, a comprehensive discussion of the property both in the General Description section as well as below each picture, staging services, social media promotion, the listing of your home on HAR and 100s of other websites, correspondence promoting your home to agents who have leased homes in the area recently, an upgraded colonial sign post in the yard with my contact information, access to me 24/7 for your questions, advice, etc.

I also see that you do not live in the Houston area. I am well versed in working with out of town clients. I also have a reputable property management company to which I will recommend once your home is leased.

Please see the example below is a current lease property I am promoting for an out of town client.

I would be honored to assist you with securing a qualified, good quality tenant for either of your Houston area rental homes. Feel free to reach out to me at your convenience. If we don't speak before then, Tu B'Shevat!

At Your Service!
Cathie Bortz
Realtor
BHGRE Gary Greene
281-744-4879
Cathie.Bortz@garygreene.com


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https://www.har.com/15515-bosque-valley-court/rent_82543398\n

about 2 months ago
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Erin Nave
about 2 months ago
No upfront fees are typically associated with listing rental properties. Commission to the listing agent is typically equal to one month’s rent.
I would love to help you and answer any questions you may have. Please contact me for further assistance.
Have a great day!


about 2 months ago
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Glenda Farley
about 2 months ago
Hi Borislav and Mile,
Commissions and most fees are negotiable and can be contingent on what services you desire from your Realtor. Let's say, you just want a professional sign in the yard, help with market information, and contract assistance, this service could cost less than a contract that includes a listing in MLS and showing services. It is unlikely that no matter what the fees are, your Realtor will add value, professional guidance, and convenience to the transaction.


about 2 months ago
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Danial Semar
about 2 months ago
Generally the rate is one months rent to be paid to the agents. You’ll collect first months rent and a security deposit, and that first months rent will cover the agents fees.


about 2 months ago
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Mark McNitt
about 2 months ago
Hello Borislav,

As mentioned before, the commissions paid after a lease is executed and your new tenant moves in is equal to one month's rent on a one year lease. Additional fees could apply if the Realtor is acting as your property manager with monthly fees involved there. You typically would not pay anything up front.

One last note. On the listing agreement, it discusses renewal fees and if you would pay an additional commission if your tenant renews their lease and stays for another year. Our office does NOT charge that fee, but some offices do so be aware of that when signing up your next Realtor. Always a hire an experienced Realtor that knows how to review an application and credit report from future tenants.

Mark McNitt
MarkKnowsHouston.com
832--567-4357
Bernstein Realty


about 2 months ago
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Doris Snipp
about 2 months ago
The Realtor will sit down with you and discuss what the market is getting in rent for homes similar to yours and your neighborhood. You will be paying commissions. The Realtor can discuss with you what commission you would like to offer.


about 2 months ago
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about 2 months ago
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Mark A. Villarreal
about 2 months ago
Hello Borislav and Mile,

There are no upfront fees to list your home for sale or rent. If you'd like to discuss listing your home for rent in detail do not hesitate to send me an email, call/ text. Visit my website www.MaverickHoustonRealEstate.com. You can email me by clicking the tab in the upper right corner, I hope to hear from you.

Thanks,
Mark A. Villarreal
713-805-6549


about 2 months ago
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John Woo
about 2 months ago
I suggest at least one month rent, but can get creative to encourage tenant to sign the lease quickly. Everything related to the process can help. Both side of brokers can help to close the deal. The question is how fast you like to lease and the home condition.


about 2 months ago
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Anthony Taylor
about 1 month ago
If you're talking about just a simple lease. Just pay a full month lease. If you need lease management . Please contract a broker that does property management. This could be a benefit for sure. You want have to worry about dealing with tenants. Market rates for rental can be grwat some times.

Thanks

Anthony Taylor Realty


about 1 month ago
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Pius Dawson
about 1 week ago
Lots of great and accurate answers here but I failed to see anyone go above and beyond the call of duty.

Hello Borislav & Milena, I see this home of yours in spring is currently pending a lease and I personally know the listing brokerage and can assure you they are very competent with any information you are given. If for whatever reason you are unhappy with the agent helping you please speak to the owner herself and she will guide you in the right direction. You should have no problem leasing over there as the neighborhood is outstanding as well as schools.

With homes all over the city I know what you are going through but I wish you both every success with your rental needs and your real estate portfolio. and if you run into any problems please feel free to reach out to me directly.


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HCAD Public Tax Record 1231050030036\nwww.har.com/89335868\n

about 1 week ago
Disclaimer: Answers provided are just opinions and should not be accepted as advice.
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