This is a very difficult and delicate subject matter to discuss, as a broker it has becomes a discussion that I have had with several other local brokers and I thought I would open the subject up for comment. One of the challenges that a broker faces is knowing that an agent is doing everything possible to make a sale or hold a sale together and due to circumstances that can be out of the agents control the deal does not go through or the buyer that you are working with decides not to purchase.
This is an extremely sensitive matter, but it has become a recent issue. Who doesn't want to believe that the situation is just temporary, and that a deal is just around the corner. So, my question is:
Should a broker offer advances on future commissions?
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