Whether you are buying or selling real estate in the Madison area, HungryAgents.com® Member Agents will compete for your business.
When you are selling they will compete with discounted rates and full service. They will bid on the commission they will charge to sell your property and they will let you know how much they will offer to the buyer's agent and how much they will keep for themselves. They will also bid on the amount of the earned commission they will share with you when they are helping you buy and representing you as a buyer's agent.
In the Madison area, the average commission bid to sellers is 4.86%, and the average percentage of the buyer's agent commission bid to give the buyer at closing is 27.86%. These are averages of the bids - not the lowest bids. And the average number of bids to buyers and sellers by Member Agents in the Madison area on the HungryAgents.com® website is four.
Madison is the larger principal city of the Madison-Baraboo CSA, a Combined Statistical Area that includes the Madison metropolitan area (Columbia, Dane, and Iowa counties) and the Baraboo micropolitan area (Sauk County), which had a combined population of 556,999 at the 2000 census.
Wisconsin state government and the University of Wisconsin-Madison remain the top two Madison employers. However, Madison's economy today is evolving from a government-based economy to a consumer services and high-tech base, particularly in the health, biotech and advertising sectors.
Many businesses are attracted to Madison's skill base, taking advantage of the area's high level of education. According to city-data.com, 48.2% of Madison's population over the age of 25 holds at least a bachelor's degree. Forbes magazine reported in 2004 that Madison has the highest percentage of individuals holding Ph.D.s in the United States. In 2006, the same magazine listed Madison as number 31 in the top 200 metro areas for "Best Places for Business and Careers." However, Forbes has named Madison in the top ten several times within the past decade.
In 1996 Money magazine identified Madison as the best place to live in the United States. It has consistently ranked near the top of the best-places list in subsequent years, with the city's low unemployment rate a major contributor.
Area demographic facts from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
In the Madison area, the average commission bid to sellers is 4.86%, and the average percentage of the buyer's agent commission bid to give the buyer at closing is 27.86%. And the average number of bids to buyers and sellers by Member Agents in the Madison area on the HungryAgents.com® website is four.