Generally, Yes. In fact, the Realtors Multiple Listing Service (MLS) requires that a listing display the amount of commission offered to the buyer agent if their buyer buys the property. An MLS listing shows buyer agents the commission they can earn, which is what motivates them to show and sell the listing. For example, if a seller is paying 6% to a traditional huge commission Realtor to list their home, that agent would typically offer 3% as the buyer agent commission. In such a market, our sellers would often offer a 3% buyer agent commission so that buyer agents would be just as motivated to sell their property as other listed properties.
Keep in mind that in some areas there is a minimum commission brokerage policy, contact us with your zip code to find out about whether your area has a minimum.