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One man’s $50,500 real estate commission lesson | Toronto Star

In March 2012, Yevgeniy Kim signed a listing agreement with Peggy Laidlaw, an agent with Sutton Group All Pro Realty, for the sale of his home in Fenelon Falls. The asking price was $990,000 and the agreement expired on October 31, 2012, with a commission of 5 per cent plus HST.

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