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A client who arrives at a brokerage without appointment or a personal relationship with one of the brokers. A walk-in is usually assigned a broker at random unless he/she requests someone specific.
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A new brokerage customer who simply walks into the office. Although walk-ins are generally assigned to brokers, they have the right to specify a preferred broker.
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