Wade Kovacic • Local Sales Representative

Frequently Asked Questions

Get Answers To The Most Common Questions About Low Commission* Agents & Fees

Other than the commission fees being charged, there are no real differences.

I offer all – or more – of the services that most other agents offer as well.

No, it isn’t, although this seems to be a common misrepresentation.

I personally offer more services than many agents who charge higher commissions.

I go into detail about this and explain what 1% commissions really mean and the types of services you’ll get while working with me.

You will save 1.5% of the total selling price of your home.

This works out to $1,500.00 for every $100,000.00.

For example, if your home sells for $1,000.000.00 you would save $15,000.00.

If you have an idea as to your home’s current value, use my “Low Commission Calculator” (lower on this page) to see how much you would save with my lower listing commission.

The “listing fee” is charged on behalf of the agent selling your house.

The “selling fee” is charged by the agent that finds a buyer for your home.

If the same person lists your home AND finds a buyer for it as well, he or she would collect both fees.

On average, each fee is 2.5%: One for the listing agent and one for the buying agent. The combined fee is usually 5% (2.5 + 2.5).

I sell more homes than the average agent and work on volume of homes sold, plus I get a lot of repeat clients and referrals.

Commission percentages are not ‘set in stone’ and all real estate agents can set their own rates.

There are two fees in total: A “listing agent fee” and a “buyer agent fee”.

This confuses a lot of people and you can view my (illustrated) page that explains the process in full.

All (both “Buying” and “Selling”) agents have the option of setting their own percentage fees and the standard 2.5% structure is not mandated in any way.

Unfortunately, I can only control what I charge.

“Buying Agents” work independently and set their own percentages.

Unfortunately, if you are currently in a contract with another agent, I am unable to work with you until that contract has expired.

If you’ve simply used a different agent in the past – and aren’t currently engaged in a contract with them – I will be happy to talk to you about your home.

The most you’ll pay me as your “Listing Agent” is 1% of the final selling price.

The most you’ll pay the “Buying Agent” is 2.5% of the final selling price.

The most you’ll pay in TOTAL will be 3.5% of the final selling price.

If this is confusing, please view my (illustrated) page that explains the process in full.

I primarily offer my services in the Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area, including Mississauga, Brampton, Richmond Hill, Whitchurch-Stouffville, Scarborough, Unionville, Thornhill, Vaughan and more.

If you reside in a different area, please contact me and we can discuss your details.

I have been selling homes since 2001 and am always aware of how the selling market is trending.

I also have extensive negotiating experience.

Getting the highest price the market will allow is always my goal and I’ll gladly refer you to my previous clients if you’d like.

That’s never a problem and I’m happy to accommodate everyone’s schedules.

Wondering how much you can really save?


Just enter the value of your home and press “CALCULATE” to see what you would normally pay in “Listing” fees and what you will pay when you use Wade instead!

Low 1% Commission* Calculator

Wade Kovacic
1% Commission*

$ 5,000

Vs Average Competition
2.5% Commission*

$ 12,500

*Plus Buyer's Agent Commission