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when you bring buyer group and seller group leaving you as

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when you bring buyer group and seller group leaving you as a third party in the middle, how do you get your commission out of 100%.?

When you act as a middleman or business broker (bringing buyers and sellers together), you must secure your commission rights before you do the work. In other words, you must have a written contract with either the buyer or the seller which gives you commission rights.

A commission is only due on a sale when there is an agreement to provide the commission.

Tell me more about the proposed transaction and we can figure out where you should go from here.

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