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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.

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.

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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Previously, listing brokers would attempt to negotiate payment terms after a deal was underway, rather than before.
Broker of the Year Upper East Side & Listing Broker of the Year Upper East Side: Curtis Jackson, senior vice president.
John Williams was the listing broker for NAI Friedland.
Breault, SIOR, was the listing broker in the transactions.
com collects a 5 percent buyer's commission to be split 50/50 with the listing broker.
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.