Many of the Scranton-Wilkes-Barre area Agents are willing to bid for your business on HungryAgents.com®. They have joined the website as Member Agents.
Our Member Agents bid the amount of commission they want for selling your house, showing the total commission rate and how much of that rate that will be paid to a buyer's agent. The average total commission bid in the Scranton-Wilkes-Barrearea is 4.80%. That's the average not the lowest!
For buyers, they will bid on the amount of the buyer's agent commission they earn they will give you at closing. The average percentage bid in the area for buyers is 24.17% - that's the average not the lowest bids.
All bids are for full service so you can compare fairly. Buyers and sellers in the Scranton-Wilkes-Barre area are currently receiving an average of five bids each.
Scranton is a city in the northeastern part of Pennsylvania. It is the county seat of Lackawanna County and the largest principal city in the Scranton-Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA). According to figures released by the United States Census Bureau in 2008, the MSA had an estimated total population of 560,625.
Many of Scranton's attractions celebrate its heritage as an industrial center in iron and coal production as well as its ethnic diversity. The Scranton Iron Furnaces are remnants of the city's founding industry and of the Scranton family's Lackawanna Steel Company.
The Steamtown National Historic Site seeks to preserve the history of steam locomotives. The Electric City Trolley Museum preserves and operates pieces of Pennsylvania streetcar history. The Lackawanna Coal Mine Tour at McDade Park is open for those who desire to learn about the history of mining and railroads in the Scranton area. The DL&W Passenger Station is now a Radisson hotel with dining and banquet and conference facilities called Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel.
Museums in Scranton include the Everhart Museum in Nay Aug Park, which houses a collection of "natural history, science and art" exhibits and the Houdini Museum features films, exhibits, and a stage show. It is housed in a unique, century-old building.
The city's religious history is evident in the Basilica of the National Shrine of St. Ann which draws thousands of pilgrims to its annual novena and St. Stanislaus Cathedral which is the national seat of the Polish National Catholic Church in North America.
Scranton's large Irish population is represented in the annual Saint Patrick's Day Parade, first held in 1862. It is organized by the St. Patrick's Day Parade Association of Lackawanna County and is now the nation's fourth largest in attendance and second largest in per capita attendance. Over 8,000 people participate on the Saturday before Saint Patrick's Day including floats, bagpipe players, high school bands and Irish groups. In 2008, crowds estimated as high as 150,000 people congregated downtown for the event.
Area demographic facts from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
The average total commission bid in the Scranton-Wilkes-Barre area is 4.80%. The average percentage bid in the area for buyers is 24.17%. Buyers and sellers in the Scranton-Wilkes-Barre area are currently receiving an average of five bids each.