The business or employment of a broker.
The fee, reward, or commission, given or changed for transacting business as a broker.
The act of bringing together principals (buyer-seller; landlord-tenant; etc.) For a fee or commission, rather than acting as a principal.
Dealing fee or commission charged by a broker. May also be used as a term for a broking firm.
Fee paid to stockbroking firms for buying or selling shares
The wages or commissions of a broker; also, his business or occupation.
A fee charged for the broker's services.
Brokerage is the commission earned by brokers.
The commission charged by brokers for purchase/sale transaction done through them. The maximum brokerage chargeable, as stipulated by SEBI, is at present 2.5 per cent of the trade value.
A company that brings together, for a commission or fee, parties interested in buying, selling, exchanging, or leasing real property.
a fee charged by a financial adviser or stockbroker for a transaction. Sometimes also referred to as commission.
a stock broker's business; charges a fee to act as intermediary between buyer and seller
the business of a broker; charges a fee to arrange a contract between two parties
place where a broker conducts his business
a firm that acts as a broker
A commission or fee charged by a planner or stockbroker for buying or selling investments. (see also Choosing a financial planner)
The fixed fee and/or commissions charged to the client by the broker.
Charges made by a broker for his services in arranging for the purchase or sale of foreign currency between banks.
The business of a broker that may employ sales agents to conduct business. A Brokerage Fee may be charged for the services delivered to the client. Survival Insurance is an Insurance Brokerage.
The fee payable to a broker for acting as an intermediary in a transaction. For example, brokerage is payable by a fund for getting fresh investments from investors.
A fee charged by brokers for services rendered in the buying and selling of securities for clients. It is also known as commission.
A broker´s business. The compensation or commission charged for the broker´s services is called a brokerage fee.
The business or office of a broker, one who earns a commission or fee for bringing together buyers and sellers of real estate, or borrowers and lenders of mortgages.
is the fee paid to a stockbroker for providing the service of buying or selling shares. Fees are charged according to a scale which takes account of the total value of shares traded. The fee may vary from one broker to another and is included in the purchase price (or deducted from the sale price) i.e. it is not paid separately.
A fee charged by a broker for the purchase or sale of a security. Also, see commission.
Charges made by a broker for acting as an agent in the buying of securities.
a fee charged by a broker to execute a transaction, usually for shares. It can be a percentage or flat dollar amount.
A company, under the control of a real estate broker, that is authorized to trade in real estate. Regulatory requirements vary by provincial/territorial jurisdiction.
Charges made by a broker acting as an agent in the buying and selling of shares, usually based on the value of the transaction.
1. the business of being a broker. 2. the commission received by a broker for his services.
The commission that is payable to a broker for placing an insurance or reinsurance contract with an insurer or a reinsurer.Although brokerage is payable by the insured as part of the gross premium the amount of brokerage is agreed by the insurer. The insured may request his broker to state the amount of his brokerage on a given placement. Similar considerations apply to reassureds under reinsurances. Sometimes the term brokerage may be used to refer the business of a broker
The combination of drop-ship and dock-to-dock delivery services provided by wholesalers. In brokerage services, wholesalers do not bring the products into their warehouses.
Brokerage is usually paid to a stock broker as a commission or percentage of the value of the Shares traded on a stock exchange.
An agency or group employing brokers, who for a fee (paid by you) procures insurance on your behalf.
Commission or fee charged by the broker for his services
An agency or the act of bringing together parties to a agreement for a fee or percentage of the deal. Brokers are generally thought of as representatives of real estate owners who sell property; however, in recent years they have moved in into the field of site selection as real estate consultants representing buyers. It is a conflict of interest and unethical for a location/site selection consultant or real estate consultant to be in a situation where her or she benefits, or his or her employer benefits, from the sale of property while representing its buyer for a fee.
The commission or fee charged by a broker. In the U.S., it is commonly used to refer to a brokerage firm.
Commission or fee charged by a broker (see). It is characteristic of the broking profession that they operate only in highly organized markets where margins are relatively small.
A manufacturer's commission paid to a broker for the volume of products he or she sells to retailers or wholesalers.
That aspect of the real estate business which is concerned with bringing together the parties and completing a real estate transaction. Brokerage involves exchanges, rentals, trade-ins and management of property, as well as sales.
The bringing together of parties interested in making a real estate transaction. The business of a broker in acting as a third party agent to a transaction.
n. The business of making sales and purchases for a commission; a broker.
A company that has the right to buy or sell stock on your behalf on a stock exchange.
1. Commission paid to a broker. 2. The activity of a broker in bringing together two parties in a transaction.
Fee paid to a Stock broking or Finance Broker for buying, selling a financial product or service.
A business that provides broker services; or the fee paid to a broker.
(i) The fee or commission received by a broker.(ii) Insurance placed by brokers contrasted with that placed by agents
A fee charged by a broker for the execution of a transaction.
Another name for Commission.
The act of bringing together two or more parties in exchange for a fee or commission.
The business of bringing buyers and seller together in the marketplace.
For a commission or fee, bringing together parties interested in buying, selling, exchanging or leasing real property.
the business of being a broker. See above
The commission payable to a broker. In insurance this is normally paid by the insurer.
Brokerage is the commission charged by the broker.
The same commission the fee charged by a registered securities or commodities broker for executing a customer's order.
the commission or fee changed by a broker
A commission paid to a broker as remuneration for the work undertaken in placing and servicing a piece of business.
the commission or fee paid to the brokers by the insurers for placing business with them.
The bringing together of two or more parties interested in making a real estate transaction.
The bringing together of two parties in exchange for a fee or commission. Also, a company or firm employing agents acting as brokers.
A commission charged by a broker.
A business that employs brokers to enact transactions between securities sellers and buyers. There are three types of brokerages. Full-service brokerages, discount brokerages, and deep-discount brokerages.
a brokerâ€™s fee for trading your shares
Brokerage is the commission charged by a broker. The maximum brokerage chargeable, as stipulated by SEBI is at present 2.5% of the trade value.
Is the real estate company under which the individual is licensed
Commission charges payable on securities transactions.
The fee paid to a floor broker for executing orders. May be a flat amount or a percentage; also referred to as a commission.