Money paid to a person for finding someone interested in selling or buying property. To conduct any negotiations of sale terms, the finder must be a licensed broker or he violates the law. Back to the Top
A sum paid to an individual for finding or establishing the contact that makes a financial transaction possible. For example, a large borrower may pay a finder's fee to an individual who knows of an insurance company that is willing to and does lend funds to the borrower.
A fee charged by an individual or company acting as an intermediary in a transaction.