Average Real Estate Commission in Nevada


Bailey Peterson


March 6th, 2021


How commission works | Getting low rates | Low commission companies | Methodology

📊 The data: We polled local agents and found that the average real estate commission in Nevada is 5.36%, which is less than the national average of 5.45%.

For a house sold for $316,102, this rate translates to $16,943 in real estate agent commission costs.

Realtor commission is usually the largest cost that home sellers face, but the upside is that it also represents the biggest potential for savings.

» MORE: Learn how Clever can help you save on commission.

Below, we cover everything you need to know commission costs in Nevada and also give you tips for getting low rates.

How real estate agent commission works in Nevada

There are two real estate agents involved in a typical home sale:

  • The seller's agent (also called the listing agent), representing the home seller
  • The buyer's agent, who represents the person buying the home

The seller's and buyer's agent get paid a percentage of the home's final price when the sale is finalized. This payment is called real estate agent commission, and is baked into the sale price of a home and split between the two agents.

» LEARN: More about how real estate commissions work.

Based on our research, the average commission split in Nevada has 48.67% of the commission going to the listing agent and 51.33% going to the buyer's agent.

Who pays for real estate commissions?

Home sellers are responsible for paying the real estate commission of both the agent representing them, as well as the agent representing whoever buys their home.

However, since the realtor commission is baked into the sales price you could say that the home buyer is paying — at least in-part — through a higher sales price.

» MORE: Who pays realtor commission.

How to save on real estate commission in Nevada

💰Best ways to save

While there are a number of options for home sellers looking to save on commission, good options for most home sellers include:
  • Negotiating rates with a traditional realtor
  • Working with a low commission real estate company

» MORE: Options for saving on realtor commission

Now might be a good time to try negotiating a better rate with your agent if you’re buying or selling in Nevada. Houses are selling well, so agents may be more motivated to work for a reduced fee.

While Nevada’s current real estate market isn’t as hot as neighboring states like California and Utah, prices have risen by almost 6% year-over-year.

Demand seems to be keeping pace with the large inventory of active listings — sellers are getting very close to the listing price for their homes.

Below we cover how you can negotiate lower rates, and list some of our recommendations of low commission real estate companies that you should consider.

With Clever you can save on commission without negotiating… AND work with top agents!

Clever has pre-negotiated low commission rates, with top local agents across the country.

The result is that you can save thousands of dollars when you sell your home, without having to haggle over commission rates!

With a Clever agent, you get full service and only pay a listing commission of $3,000 or 1%.

Tips for negotiating realtor commission in Nevada

Successfully negotiating commission rates depends mainly on two factors: your situation and the housing market.

You may have an easier time negotiating low rates if...
Your situation
  • You're selling a high-value home
  • You have a personal relationship with a realtor
  • You can offer a realtor repeat business
The Nevada housing market
  • Homes are selling quickly
  • There are relatively few homes listed for sale
  • Home values are rising

» LEARN: How you can negotiate lower commission rates.

While the personal factors that affect your ability to negotiate commission rates are unique to you, the local real estate market conditions will affect all home sellers in Nevada.

In a seller's market — where home sellers have more leverage than buyers — a listing agent's job is easier and they may be more inclined to offer lower commission rates. The opposite is true in a buyer's market.


Months of inventory, is measured by dividing the homes listed for sale in the most recent month by the number of homes actually sold in that month. It is a key indicator of how much supply and demand there is for houses in a market.

Sale-to-list is calculated by dividing the median sale price by the median listing price in a given area. If homes in your area are generally selling for more than their listing price, that is a good indication that you are in a seller's market.

Home values rising in your area indicate that demand is growing. Whereas if this figure is falling, then it's more likely that homes in your area are becoming less desirable.

To judge the current state of the real estate market, you can look at three factors: months of inventory, sale to list price, and home value trends. Below, we've included a current breakdown of these factors in Nevada.

Stats and facts: The current state of the Nevada real estate market

Months of inventory
There's 4.2 months of housing inventory on the market
Seller's market
Sale-to-list price
Homes are selling for 98.80% of their listing price
Seller's market
Home value
Home values have risen/fallen 5.98% year over year
Seller's market

Low commission real estate companies in Nevada

Home sellers looking to save money when selling their home should consider a low commission real estate company. To help you out, Clever has picked some of the top discount and flat-fee MLS services across the state:

Discount real estate brokers in Nevada

Discount real estate brokers are companies that will list your home for a reduced commission percentage or flat rate. The catch is that the service might not be on-par with what you'd get from a top local agent.

Listing Fee

1% (minimum $3,000)

Clever Cash Back

0.5% on homes over $150,000

Avg. Customer Rating

4.8/5 (386 reviews)

Pros & Cons
  • Clever Real Estate is a nationwide, online concierge and agent matching service for sellers and buyers — learn more
  • Buyers and sellers are matched with multiple highly rated agents from major brands, such as Keller Williams, Century 21, Compass, RE/MAX, and more
  • Sellers choose a full-service agent and pay a flat, $3,000 fee — or just 1% for homes more than $350,000
  • Buyers may be eligible for 0.5% back after closing (in qualifying locations)

Clever has pre-negotiated lower commission rates with top agents in all 50 states, D.C., and Puerto Rico

  • Listing fee of $3,000 (or 1% on homes >$350K) for a full-service agent
  • Sellers only pay once their home is sold
  • Partner Agents are top, local realtors with at least 5 years experience
  • Agent matches are customized and based on your specific situation
  • Eligible buyers receive 0.5% in Clever Cash Back
  • Sellers may not be matched with an agent from their preferred brokerage
  • While homes are listed on the MLS, there's no independent Clever listing site.

As of May 20, 2020, Clever's average customer rating is 4.8/5 based on 386 reviews on Trustpilot.


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REX Real Estate

REX Real Estate

Listing Fee

2% ($9,000 min.)

Buyer Rebate

Up to 1-1.5%

Avg. Customer Rating

4.6/5 (536 reviews)

Pros & Cons
  • Sellers get full service (minus MLS access) for a 2% listing fee — $9,000 minimum fee for homes below $450,000
  • REX does not post listings on the MLS. Instead, it uses digital advertising to target unrepresented buyers and help you avoid paying a buyer’s agent commission (typically 2-3%)
  • This may significantly reduce your pool of prospective buyers (roughly 87% of buyers work with agents), making it harder to attract offers
  • Represented buyers must cover their agent's fee themselves, which could hinder their ability or desire to purchase your home
  • If you buy a non-REX home with a REX agent, you may qualify for a 1-1.5% commission rebate. If you buy a REX-listed home, you are not eligible for a rebate
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
Washington, D.C.
  • Save up to 1% on listing fees
  • Potential to avoid buyer’s agent commission (2-3%)
  • Get full service (minus MLS access) and concierge support

  • $9,000 minimum may result in listings fees higher than advertised 2%
  • Not listing on the MLS significantly reduces your home's visibility
  • Not offering a buyer's agent commission puts you at a competitive disadvantage

As of May 20, 2020, REX Real Estate’s average customer rating is 4.6/5 based on 536 reviews across Zillow, Facebook, and Google. See the breakdown below.

>> VIEW REX’s Better Business Bureau profile here.

*These reviews are for REX's main California office. Reviews may vary by location. We recommend conducting your own research for customer reviews specific to your area.


» MORE: About discount real estate brokers.

Flat-fee MLS listing services Nevada

Flat-fee MLS listing services offer to post your home on your local MLS for a low rate often around $100-300. The trade-off is that you'll have to handle almost the entire home-selling process yourself. If you're a real estate novice, this might not be a good option for you.

Resolution Realty

Resolution Realty

Price Range


Number of Photos

N/A - information not available

Listing Term


Pros & Cons
  • Resolution Realty is a licensed real estate brokerage in Nevada that offers flat-fee MLS listing services.
  • No upfront fees — you only pay if and when your home sells while it's listed with Resolution Realty
  • Provides home value analysis to help you determine the correct listing price for your home
  • No fee for canceling your listing
  • HD photography of your home's exterior included with basic package

$995 - Economy

  • MLS listing syndicated across Realtor.com, Zillow, Trulia, Redfin, and more
  • In-home listing consultation
  • Professional HD photography of your home's exterior
  • Help with all paperwork for the offer, escrow and the transaction
  • Yard sign and digital brochure

$2,995 - Premier

  • Same as Economy package, plus:
  • 35 HD photos from professional photographer
  • Professional virtual tour of your home
  • Direct marketing to Resolution Realty's proprietary database of 10,000 buyers
  • Social media and direct mail marketing
  • Electronic lockbox
  • Two open houses per month
  • Relocation rental assistance

$3,995 - Platinum

  • Same as Premier package, plus:
  • Custom website showcasing your home
  • Direct e-marketing flyer sent to 20,000 realtors and lenders
  • Discount escrow fees
  • Reduced commission on double-ended sales

Note: With all of Resolution Realty's packages, you are charged when your home sells — there are no upfront costs.


  • No upfront costs — you only pay when your home sells
  • Professional photography included with base package
  • Home valuation (CMA) included with MLS listing service
  • Help with paperwork regarding offers, escrow and other parts of the home sale transaction


  • No budget listing options — base package is $995

As of August 11, 2020, Resolution Realty has an average rating of 4.82/5 based on 687 reviews across Google, Zillow, and Yelp.


Vegas Flat Fee

Vegas Flat Fee

Price Range


Number of Photos


Listing Term

6-12 months

Pros & Cons
  • Vegas Flat Fee is a flat-fee MLS service operated by Executive Realty Services, a licensed real estate brokerage in Nevada
  • You set buyer’s agent commission (Vegas Flat Fee recommends 2.5-3%) — no buyer’s agent commission if you find your own unrepresented buyer
  • Home valuation available
  • Unlimited changes to MLS listing (typically go live within 24 hours)
  • Additional transaction/compliance fee due at closing
  • Cancel your listing anytime — refund if cancellation occurs prior to listing going live on MLS
$999 + $495 at closing - Silver Package
  • 6-month listing on the MLS
  • 35 photos
  • Listing syndicated to Realtor.com, Zillow, Trulia, and more
  • Listing posted to company Facebook page with virtual tour
  • Home value analysis
  • Unlimited changes to MLS listing
  • For sale sign and lockbox
  • Text notification of showings
  • Review of offers, counteroffers, and addendums
  • Provide all necessary forms
  • Flyer and virtual tour
  • Webpage for your listing
  • Unlimited email, text, and phone broker support

$2,299 + $795 at closing - Gold Package
  • Same as Silver package, plus:
  • 12-month listing on the MLS
  • Listing advice from broker
  • Showcase listing on Vegasflatfee.com
  • YouTube video of your listing
  • Professional Photography (15 photos)
  • Weekly status of your transaction
  • $795 transaction/compliance fee at close of escrow
4.5% commission + $495 due at closing - 4.5% When Home Sells package
  • Same as Gold package, plus:
  • Full representation to handle all showings, negotiations, paperwork, inspection, closing, and everything that pertains to the transaction from start to finish
  • Split 4.5% commission with buyer’s agent
  • $495 transaction/compliance fee at close of escrow

Rental Package for rental properties can be purchased for $499. A-la-carte services available for purchase include professional photos, broker support, and an additional 6 months to listing.


  • Home valuation included in base package
  • Unlimited changes to MLS listing
  • Built-in review of contracts, offers, counteroffers, and addendums


  • No budget option — entry level package is pricy
  • Additional $495-$795 transaction/compliance fee at close of escrow
  • If Executive Realty Suites finds a buyer for you, they reserve the right to represent them and collect 2.5-3% buyer’s agent commission, also known as dual agency (potential conflict of interest)

As of August 10, 2020, Vegas Flat Fee has an average rating of 5/5 based on 28 reviews across Facebook and Realtor.com.


» MORE: About flat-fee MLS services.


Data on commission rates is based on a survey of 554 of our partner agents, in which we asked them to indicate the typical rates for both buyer's and seller's agents in their area. Due to data limitations, Nevada commission figures were inferred from regional averages.

Additionally, we utilized the following data from Zillow and Realtor.com:

  • Home values, list prices, and sale prices: Based on Zillow data as of September, 2020
  • Sale prices and sale-to-list ratios: Based on Redfin data as of September, 2020 (unless specified otherwise)
  • Months of inventory: Based on Realtor.com data as of September, 2020

Additional resources for Nevada home sellers