Most commissions to a listing broker are paid upon execution of the lease and is figured on the total value of the lease. This could be negotiated but there are times when another broker is involved and their split is expected up front.
Since an escrow company is not used on most lease transactions, the owner of the property writes a check to the listing broker for the amount of the commission in the listing agreement. The check is made out to the broker's company.
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