Question: Can I Be My Own Real Estate Agent?

Can you represent yourself as a real estate agent?

Yes, most things are negotiable in real estate.

As long as the lender does not object, your agent can work with you on this.

Bryan, You can represent yourself, but if you are not licensed and perhaps if you are not an MLS member you won’t get the commission or even likely save the commission.

Can I buy a house without an agent?

Most people would not consider buying a home without an agent. Although many for sale by owner (FSBO) sellers will pay a commission to a buyer’s agent, some will not. Some FSBOs want to sell without any real estate agent involvement in the transaction.

Can a realtor help with for sale by owner?

A: Talk to your Realtor, she or he will take care of the technicalities with the for sale by owner. If FSBO seller refuses you could compensate your Realtor yourself. You can either choose to pay your Realtor for his/her services or you can ask the owner to pay. Most owners will agree to this.

Can you be a part time realtor?

Part-time Real Estate Agent ― Can It Work? A part-time real estate agent spends fewer than 40 hours per week representing buyers or sellers for property transactions. Being a part-time real estate agent can result in boosted income and a flexible schedule.