cooperating broker

cooperating broker

A broker who agrees to split a real estate commission with another broker in return for services rendered in connection with a particular piece of real property.

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The code requires the listing broker to document commission details in writing when asked by a cooperating broker, "in a timely fashion.
In return, when and if the homeowner sells their home in the future, he or she agrees to use their choice of Exceed's 5,000+ cooperating broker offices including nearly all leading national, regional and local real estate brokerages throughout the country.
para]]Seattle real estate firm to vault from 19th Century and into 21st by leaving the local multiple listing service; Quill will offer broker services to sellers who want to avoid the cost of a cooperating broker.
negotiated the transaction with cooperating broker Patricia Hutchins of Alexander Summer.
5% cooperating broker commission offered, we urge brokers to notify their buyers and become involved.
While REBNY has not gone so far as to call for immediate co-broking for members, it does recommend, in a case where an exclusive firm refuses to co-broke, that if a cooperating broker has a specific customer to show the property, the exclusive agent must agree to show it, unless the seller has directed otherwise.
While REBNY has not gone so far as to call for immediate co-broking for members, it does recommend, in a case where an exclusive refuses to co-broke, that if a cooperating broker has a specific customer to show the property, the exclusive agent must agree to show it, unless the seller has directed otherwise.
Cooperating broker dealers in naked short sales of stock will repeat this failed buy-in process over and over again to circumvent share delivery rules so that real certificates are never obtained for the purchasing client in a naked short sale transaction.
com refers are pre-screened, have pre-negotiated commission rates and offer a full commission to the cooperating broker (if involved).
A cooperating Broker Fee of 1 percent of the purchase price will be paid to qualified licensed real estate brokers whose clients are the successful bidders.
A Cooperating Broker Fee will be paid, by the seller, to qualified licensed real estate brokers whose clients are the successful bidders.
Exceed's network, with Cooperating Brokers from all the major brands including Coldwell Banker, Century 21, ReMax, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services, Keller Williams, Better Homes and Gardens, and many more, includes over 1,000 of the top, biggest and best firms, with more than 5,000 participating offices with 250,000 agents.