While i do hear what you are saying i am always flexible with my fees epecially in multiple real estate transactions.
For example I have a $600,000 C4 Upper Forest Hill listing now and am listing a Casa Loma townhouse in the new year for $1,300,000.
I am giving the same level of services to both clients yet why should client two be forced to pay me double the fees for my services just because his property is priced higher. I always work to make sure I am compensed fairly for my exceptional service levels but i always make sure the client is pleased.
And when i buy and sell my next set of houses, I would expect a break from the lawyer who got both transactions