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someone who acts as an intermediate agent in a transaction or helps to resolve differences

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JJG: If a broker can prove in court that he or she was the "procuring cause" for a sale, or lease of real estate he will be entitled to a brokerage commission based on a percentage of the purchase price on a sale or based on a percentage of the rents in the event of a lease.
Lindquist said Broker XSites will "challenge the industry pricing model" just as the company did when it released Agent XSites two years ago.
It will cause employees who are not financially savvy to go further into debt," commented one broker.
6045-2 amendments will clarify that loanable shares do not include shares the broker is prevented from lending by law.
Edwards are just two examples--calling them up for tax data and telling clients who are shopping for a broker about them.
He or she is a commission-only advisor, meaning your broker will make investment recommendations, but won't charge you for the advice.
2: Ask the broker for alternatives when technical problems come up.
What's more, having received research in advance, the manager may feel obligated to direct the promised commissions to the soft dollar broker when he otherwise would not.
There are additional computer programs which enable brokers to track the performance of an individual investment vehicle and produce a printout or chart illustrating the vehicle's performance.
We are thrilled to have seven of our accomplished brokers receive such a prestigious designation within these highly-competitive spots.
Massey Knakal Partner Brian Leary represented the seller with broker Kenneth Freeman.
While the rules indicate that requirements are not being imposed on agents or brokers, it is clear that insurers must truly understand the activities of their agents and brokers given the scope of their responsibilities.
Recognize that your broker is a salesperson and that brokers make money from commissions even if you don't.
Now," says Proctor, a reporter for WXYZ-TV (an ABC affiliate) in Detroit, "because I know enough to handle my own trades, it makes sense for me to use a discount broker to move in and out of the market.
The company was founded in 1998 and now serves the mortgage broker industry with an emphasis on meeting their needs and serving rather than selling.