finder's fee


A fee paid to someone who acts as an intermediary for a client in a transaction.

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You may want to try and offer a finder's fee if you really need to get your hands on something quick.

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To make finding customers more easily for his new business, Bob told all of his friends that they would receive a substantial finder's fee for newly found clients.

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When Samantha was looking for the perfect beach-side property to begin her pina colada business, she offered a finder's feel the real estate agent to handle things as quickly as possible.

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