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Real estate broker

An intermediary who receives a commission for arranging and facilitating the sale of a property for a buyer or a seller.

real estate broker

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In the markets analyzed, the study concluded that local real estate brokerage sites display 100% of the agent-listed homes for sale compared to about 80% for the national portal sites.
The GLB Act neither specifically authorizes nor specifically forbids financial holding companies or financial subsidiaries of national banks to engage in real estate brokerage and management activities.
For over 30 years, Allan Schneider Associates has been a major force in East End real estate, specializing as a luxury residential real estate brokerage in the Hamptons, on Shelter Island and the North Fork.
REW: What is the customary basis on which a broker can sue in New York State to recover real estate brokerage commissions?
Residential real estate brokerage firms that join the new Sotheby's International Realty luxury franchise network have access to exclusive business resources and services, such as marketing, information technology, operations, public relations, recruiting, client referrals and training.
Corcoran founded The Corcoran Group in 1978 with a $1,000 loan, and today it is New York City's leading residential real estate brokerage company with more than $9 billion in closed sales volume in 2004.
In the first half of 2005, New York City real estate brokerage firm Nest Seekers International announced closing $450 Million in real estate transactions.
NRT Incorporated, which owns and operates Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT in 17 states, has restructured its commercial real estate brokerage division.

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