Since you are here at you are probably moving house, as well as needing a removal company there are lots of other services you may need to such as solicitors and estate agents.

Are you thinking of hiring estate agents to sell your property or to buy a home? Before you decide to do that, you need to know more about their fees. After all, you still have to decide on how to pay them – of course after you have made the necessary agreements with the agents.

Haggling is the keyword if you want to decide on estate agent fees. You have to exhaust all effort to make sure you’re getting a fair return on the money you will invest for this endeavour. Try to think things this way: They need your money more than you need their services.

Tips on haggling for estate agent fees

You have to remember however that there are some important pointers in haggling. For one, there is a limitation in that everything will depend on the background of the agent. If he belongs to national corporate estate agencies, then chances are you won’t be able to negotiate. This is because the firm have already set certain percentages on the real estate transaction.   If you are eyeing to haggle, go for private individuals. These ones are sure looking for people who will close a deal with them. But of course, you have to reward their effort. See how they deliver their services and negotiate the contract price as usual.

It is also vital for you to make the negotiation. Sit down with the agent and assess how he reacts when you say no to the percentage they will set for the transaction. If you haven’t decided on the right estate agent fee the first time, there’s always a second time. Throughout Hull and East Yorkshire there are legions of agents are waiting to be hired.