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I assume you offer a co-op broker fee which is paid out to the buyer's agent's office........not sure what he wants to take 50% of................are you saying that he is treating your personal property listings differently, and only wants to give you a 50/50 split on them?
This is a bit confusing.
By the way - why don't you have a written agreement? That would help avoid any conflict.
So you have your license and it is with a broker who has a verbal commission split with him. Now you want to go to another office and he is saying if you switch you will only get a 50/50? Does he have this other office?
If I am understanding this correctly, he has no control over what another broker will give you as a split. That is determined by what you and that broker decide.
Now if you are referring to the actual sale of a home and your broker saying if you pay a co-op out he is only paying you on a different split versus if you sold it yourself and collected on both sides (dual agency)?
Can you clarify some more?
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