While reading the Copenhagen Post on Monday morning I came across this article which explains how Danish real estate agents are changing their pricing models to reflect the current state of the market.
Like the US housing market Denmark has also entered a period of slower sales. As a result, some real estate professionals are abandoning the traditional model of commission-only compensation where they are paid only when the home sells. Instead, they are implementing a fee structure where they pass along marketing expenses to home-owners while the home is on the market.
Kind of interesting.