Definitions for "Broker, real estate"
One who is licensed by the state to carry on the business of dealing in real estate. A broker may receive a commission for his or her part in bringing together a buyer and seller, landlord and tenant, or parties to an exchange.
A real estate broker is licensed to handle property transactions and operate an individual brokerage firm.
A person or entity who will engage in the following activities for another person and in exchange for payment:- Sell, exchange, purchase, rent or lease real estate- Offer to sell, exchange, purchase, rent or lease real estate- Negotiate, offer, attempt or agree to negotiate the sale, exchange, purchase, rental or leasing of real estate- Lists, offers, attempts or agrees to list real estate for sale, lease or exchange- Buys, sells, offers to buy or sell, otherwise deals in options on real estate or improvements on real estate- Supervises the collection, offer, attempt, or agreement to collect rent for the use of real estate- Advertises himself or herself as being in the business of buying, selling, exchanging, renting or leasing real estate- Assists or directs in the procuring or referring of real estate prospects- Assists or directs in the negotiations of any real estate transaction- Markets real estate to the public by means of an open house- Auctions real estate