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Old 02-03-2013, 05:23 AM   #13
zavandor
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I'm closing now a contract found though Fidelity, but I signed last December and they did not have the 195$ fee, so I'm a bit lucky on that.
However, Fidelity is the one broker that will send your offer to the seller whatever the offer is. Others will try to make you increase the offer if you try to lower it too much.
So yes, there is an additional fee, but if you can find a cheaper contract it is a deal anyway.
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