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Is it proper etiquette to give a real estate agent a gift after a closing ?

I was happy with her services but forget if it's normal to give them something else on top of all the big money I allready gave them . I used the agent for both homes . Do they expect something or not ?

Asked By: westhighland - 10/16/2007
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The agent won't expect a gift, after all he/she earned a large commission (as you stated). But for service above and beyond (and especially if you plan on using his/her services again) a gift is a wonderful statement... More
Answered By: artistagent116 - 10/16/2007
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If your agent was good and helpful..absolutley
Answered By: faybulus1 - 10/16/2007
 
To be honest if you really liked the service a thank you note is more than enough. They know that a happy customer could lead to more commissions in the future. My experiences have been that the agent has sent me a thank you gift for the nice commission I provided them not the other way around.
Answered By: Joe C - 10/16/2007
 
You must be joking. Real estate fees in UK are 1% You probably paid 5% She owes you a big gift!!!!
Answered By: robbie - 10/16/2007
 
I think it is a great idea but you might give your agent a heart attack. While it is a great idea, it is not normally done. The best present you can give your agent is a testimonial of what a great job they did or a referral to a friend or family member that may be interested in buying or selling... More
Answered By: Jamie B - 10/16/2007
 
Wow!... that would be a very kind gesture, but one certainly not customary nor expected! I'm sure though, it would be greatly appreciated by your agent!! I'm glad to hear that you had a great experience!
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Answered By: Art - 10/16/2007
 
Unless he/she worked pro-bono (which you already stated they didn't), then say thanks and leave it at that. If you liked his/her level of customer service, the best compliment and thank-you is future referrals.
Answered By: Joe B - 10/17/2007
 
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