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When I've bought and sold places in London using EAs before (in the 90s), the usual deal was 2% sole agency, 3% multi.

We recently sold my nan's place in Kent. EA charged 1%.

There are several agents that cover the Wandsworth Common area where I live.

Foxtons charge 2 1/4%.

Most others 2%

Friend and Parkinson on Belle Vue Road charge only 1%. Judging by the amount of their boards up around, they're now getting quite a few properties ahead the other agents...

Who are duly reduced their commission to sliding scale depending on how close to asking they achieve. EG Robert Trindle who charge 2% if they get asking or over, 1.75 over a certain percentage, and 1.5 below that.

Is this just happening round here or does it apply all over?

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