Fee paid to stockbroking firm for the buying or selling of shares. Also referred to as a commission.
Fee paid to a real estate broker for transacting the purchase or sale of a piece of property
The commission charged by a broker who facilitates the buying and selling of securities for investors.
The broker's basic fee for purchasing or selling securities on behalf of another party, usually a percentage of the amount of the transaction.
A fee charged to noncore customers, including UEG and wholesale, who procure gas from Pacific Gas and Electric Company's core gas supply portfolios, to cover certain costs of procurement service.
The fee that may be charged to a purchaser by a mortgage broker for arranging a mortgage loan on a property.
Fee paid (usually by seller) for the broker's services in securing a buyer for the property. It is commonly a percentage of the sales price.
() A fee charged a mortgage broker to arrange for a loan.
Commission received by a broker who buys and sells securities on behalf of a client.
Commission or fees charged by a broker for conducting transactions for its clients. Brokerage fees can be structured in lots of different ways. Some brokers charge a percentage of the contract valu (More)
A fee charged by a broker for executing a transaction.
A designated broker's compensation for performing the duties of his or her brokerage relationship; in real estate practice, a specified dollar amount, a percentage of the selling price of property, percentage of rentals, etc. The designated broker normally shares his or her brokerage fee with the licensee with whom the client or customer is working.
The fee assessed by the brokerage firm for trading on the futures market. For the FTG, the brokerage fee per round-turn will be $45 per contract on any contract.
A written contract for payment of fees to the real-estate agent. Typically, the seller pays the brokerage fees, which are paid from the proceeds of the sale at closing.