Dishin' Dirt with Gary Pickren

Dishin' Dirt on Are You For Sale? How Attorneys and your Brokerage are Hurting Your Business with Gary Pickren

February 25, 2021 Gary Pickren Season 2 Episode 18
Dishin' Dirt with Gary Pickren
Dishin' Dirt on Are You For Sale? How Attorneys and your Brokerage are Hurting Your Business with Gary Pickren
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Dishin' Dirt with Gary Pickren
Dishin' Dirt on Are You For Sale? How Attorneys and your Brokerage are Hurting Your Business with Gary Pickren
Feb 25, 2021 Season 2 Episode 18
Gary Pickren

Is your brokerage and closing attorney harming your business because of a financial arrangement between the two?

When your brokerage enters into a financial arrangement with a closing attorney, do you really benefit ? The answer is clearly no.  Not only are most of these arrangements questionable in their legality, the benefit never makes it way down to you, the agent. 

But even worse,  these fee sharing arrangements could be costly to your business.  When your brokerage pushes you to use a closing attorney based on its' financial arrangement and not based on cost, speed and quality, your client  can pay higher fees, receive lower customer service and lose the freedom of choice. All this adds up to an unhappy client who is less likely to refer business to you.  

There are even more losers in these transaction.  Check out the truth about these arrangements and how they are bad for your client, the cooperating agent and you. 

Gary

Show Notes

Is your brokerage and closing attorney harming your business because of a financial arrangement between the two?

When your brokerage enters into a financial arrangement with a closing attorney, do you really benefit ? The answer is clearly no.  Not only are most of these arrangements questionable in their legality, the benefit never makes it way down to you, the agent. 

But even worse,  these fee sharing arrangements could be costly to your business.  When your brokerage pushes you to use a closing attorney based on its' financial arrangement and not based on cost, speed and quality, your client  can pay higher fees, receive lower customer service and lose the freedom of choice. All this adds up to an unhappy client who is less likely to refer business to you.  

There are even more losers in these transaction.  Check out the truth about these arrangements and how they are bad for your client, the cooperating agent and you. 

Gary