Does FairSquare Group Realty Cooperate with Other REALTORS®?

FairSquare Group Realty (FairSquare) is proud to cooperate with REALTORS® from other brokerages. 

Many of our listing REALTORS® worked at other brokerages prior to joining FairSquare, so they know how important cooperating commissions can be to an agent’s livelihood. Plus, we know that offering a cooperating commission helps get buyers through the door, so we encourage our sellers to offer a competitive commission for their area. Your FairSquare REALTOR® will review what other sellers in the neighbourhood are offering and help build a winning strategy for the sale of your home. 

That being said, just like in any seller-agent relationship, whether it's with FairSquare or not, the seller can make the final decision about the commission they'll offer.  

Cooperating commissions are a common part of the industry, which we're up-front about. When we advertise commission savings in our marketing, all savings are calculated to include any cooperating commission that may have been paid by the seller. We're honest about the savings we provide home sellers – no “smoke and mirrors” here! 


Need to sell or buy a home? FairSquare is here for you.  

We’re the real estate brokerage that offers a smart, modern choice for Canadians. With thousands in commission savings for sellers, $2,000 cash back* for buyers, and experienced professional support every step of the way, it’s the new way home. Yours. Call 1-855-999-9740 to learn more. 

*Cash back – How the Home Buying Service cash back works: FairSquare Group Realty will share with the buyer the commission it receives from the seller’s agent up to a maximum of $2,000 in cash back. No cash back if the commission received is lower than $5,000. Where available.

On December 1, 2021, Purplebricks rebranded to FairSquare Group Realty. Blog articles published before this date were created under the Purplebricks brand but remain the property of FairSquare Group Realty.

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