Letting Fee

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What is a Letting Fee?

A letting fee, also called a letting commission, is a payment made to the letting agent by the landlord for the services rendered. The fees and the portfolio of services provided differ from agent to agent. Some of the regular services include tenant finding, property management services, and reference checks. 

FAQs about Letting Fees

What is the difference between letting fees and property management fees?
Are letting fees always the same?
What is the difference between a letting fee and a lease renewal fee? 

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