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Edith Smith

What would you do if receiving referral agent intentionally forgets to pay a compensation to a realtor who referred a buyer, what action would you take?

A realtor in Houston referred buyer to realtor who's in England, was never compensated even though there was referral contract between the two agents. Is it appropriate to you report this type of behavior to Texas Real estate Commission?

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What would you do if receiving referral agent intentionally forgets to pay a compensation to a realtor who referred a buyer, what action would you take?

By Edith Smith   
Posted on Dec 01, 2021 in Topic: Realtor Only
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A realtor in Houston referred buyer to realtor who's in England, was never compensated even though there was referral contract between the two agents. Is it appropriate to you report this type of behavior to Texas Real estate Commission?
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Yvonne Chauvin
about 2 months ago
I would recommend that this agent gets his/her broker involved.


about 2 months ago
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Pauline Clement
about 1 month ago
Referring a client to another licensed agent is certainly a courtesy, and one of which deserves compensation. In this particular case, was the referral contact given in writing or via a phone conversation? It may be worth it to revisit the situation, via an email to the agent, mentioning the exact intent of sending the referral for compensation as a reminder. If needed, perhaps the referral agent's broker can be contacted. In the future, the action I would take is making sure this type of transaction is in writing and with the proper forms and paper trail.


about 1 month ago
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