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Ying Nemeroff, Real Estate Pro in Redwood city, CA

I am a co-listing agent of a commercial property. it closed a few months ago. My broker refused to pay for my commission. What should I do?

Asked by Ying Nemeroff, Redwood city, CA Wed Jun 11, 2014

My name was on the sales contract and it should be % split on the contract. Should I got paid?

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Clearly you have an issue with your broker. Why is your broker refusing to pay? What reasons are they giving you, and are those reasons legitimate?

This is something you need to work out with your broker, and there's just no way for some random online agents (such as myself) can advise you accurately.
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Alan May, Real Estate Pro in Evanston, IL
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If you can't get a reasonable answer from your broker, you need to discuss it with the licensing board and be prepared to find a new office.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jun 11, 2014
Obviously there is some reason why your Broker is refusing to pay you. Without more information only you and Broker know whether it is legitimate or not. I'd start by sitting down with your Broker to determine why you haven't been paid.
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