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Synonyms for broker

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

Synonyms for broker

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Such powers could go a long way toward slowing illegal brokering activities.
Due to a recent rise in mortgage rates and to a red hot real estate market, real estate brokers are finding it increasingly valuable, for both themselves and their customers, to add mortgage brokering to real estate brokering.
Unlike the television industry, whose culture supported an open exchange of ideas and information, real estate brokering, according to Tighe, at the time of her entry, was a far more secretive and territorial affair.
While these factors made the American Cancer Society's headquarters deal somewhat unique, its level of complexity and the seamless fusion of consulting, financial, brokering and even appraising services deployed by the real estate services firm handling the transaction -in this case Cushman & Wakefield -have become standard in varying degrees to nearly all corporate real estate deals of any magnitude.
But while the transition from commercial leasing to the managerial and strategic side of the business--a move he made in 1997, after a 10-year brokering career--has been seamless for him, Krasnow admitted that he didn't make the switch without some trepidation.