top up 12% to your commercial property. Once negotiate reduce 6% to give buyer happiness. Then another 6% will consider registrant 's gxd
If seller is individual, selling commercial/industrial property below a certain amount of transactions a year, both purchaser & seller doesn't have to pay GST.
If the seller is developer or GST-company, then you'll have to let your customer know up front that the selling price is RM106k, not RM100k + 6k gst. Then the customer is mentally prepared to pay that amount. If you tell customer to pay an extra 6% after finalizing the deal, he will ask you to fly kite.
agree with @yunsyn statement... this is the fact, and I have seen some agent asking the buyer or tenant to pay the GST... well it all depends on the deal that the buyer / tenant is getting (if they are buying or renting the property below market value most of them would agree)
and it should never be paid by agents though, having said that our commission are already very low nowadays.