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Listing broker

In the context of equity, when a stock is traded in exchange it is said to be listed. A licensed real estate broker who completes a listing of a property for sale.
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Listing Broker

In equities, the broker who puts a security up for trade on an exchange, also called listing the security. The broker must be a registered member of the exchange in question, and the security must meet the exchange's listing requirements.
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listing broker

The real estate broker who enters into an agreement with a property owner to market and solicit offers to buy the owner's property.

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NAR's filing notes that listing brokers' offers of commission to buyers' brokers on MLSs has been shown to actually increase the number of potential buyers.
Del Rosario contacted the listing broker, who said he wasn't aware that McManus was representing the buyer, but then quickly agreed to pay McManus the 5 percent commission the developer was offering buyers' brokers.
Listing Broker: Fritzi Kallop, John Burger, Mary Rutherfurd, Brown Harris Stevens
Previously, listing brokers would attempt to negotiate payment terms after a deal was underway, rather than before.
The REBNY agreement specifically provided that the REBNY broker's commissions would only be earned upon execution of a contract of sale, the passage of title, and the listing broker's receipt of its commission.
Broker of the Year Upper East Side & Listing Broker of the Year Upper East Side: Curtis Jackson, senior vice president.
The listing broker is also most often present to show the apartment when the other broker arrives with the potential buyer.
In a case where a property is listed on an open listing basis (meaning that many agents are notified that the property is available but no one is directly responsible for the marketing), there is a tremendous disincentive for the open listing broker to notify anyone that the property is available other than customers the agents have good relationships with.
Once our clients are interested, they call the listing broker and we step out of the way.
Interested buyers are able to connect with Fannie Mae listing brokers directly via telephone and e-mail contact information contained on the site.
* Broker of the Year Downtown: Mara Papasoff has been one of the top producing sales and listing brokers with Brown Harris Stevens since joining the firm in 1999.
The exchanges existed because there was concern that brokers did not have "real listings." In that period of time, exclusive agreements were rare and homeowners would contact all of the real estate brokers in an area and give them an open listing Brokers found themselves frustrated when, after significant effort and the production of an interested purchaser, the property had already been sold by another broker or by the owner.