real estate broker

Definition

A person licensed to arrange the buying and selling of real estate for a fee. A real estate broker acts as an intermediary between the parties selling and buying the real estate. Real estate brokers can also be called real estate salespersons, and the people who assist them (who are generally not required to be licensed) are generally called real estate agents.

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When my wife and I wanted to buy a house, we realized we needed to hire a professional to help us and so hired a real estate broker.

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When selling our home, we enlisted the advice of a real estate broker to guide us through the process of listing our house on the market and determining the current value of our property.

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When they were looking for a new place to open a second yogurt shop, Jack called up a trusted real estate broker to find just the right property for their new venture.

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