Typically, the trader who succeeds in selling is entitled to 10% (compared to 35% for a larger number of employees in some London agencies) brokerage fees. This means that several real estate agents act for you, but only the broker who sells your property is entitled to a commission. They pay higher fees to go to the multi-agency – usually between 2% and 3.5%. Since any real estate agent who is worth the salt on your property is listed on portals like Rightmove and is promoted several times in the same place, it may seem a little desperate, it`s probably not worth paying extra for this type of contract. Keep reading about how much you should pay and how to negotiate agency fees to your advantage… Sellers can`t have it both ways, all free extras should allow agents to have more agency time.