We work with other brokers all the time because we believe that collaboration often leads to the best results for everyone.
Do You Have an Assisted Living Facility Listing?
We’re specialists. So one of the things we do is help other brokers confidentially market their listing to a large audience through our website and email newsletter. You get more action more quickly. And a satisfied client. Plus, we not only help find a buyer but we also are available to answer questions about the unique process of selling an assisted living facility.
Are You Trying to List an Assisted Living Facility?
When we team up with local real estate brokers, we help you make a compelling case for any seller. Before you make your listing presentation, contact Senior Care Realty and find how we can team up to make sure you get the listing. And close the sale.
Do You Have a Buyer for an Assisted Living Facility?
So do we. We have hundreds of them. But if you’re working with a buyer that hasn’t worked with Senior Care Realty, we offer a generous commission split or referral fee when you register your buyer with us and they purchase one of our listings. (Please note – referral fees may not be available for limited service listings or other agents’ listings offered on our website – see below.)
Do we split commissions for our listings?
We get this question a lot, so here’s the answer. It depends.
First, we don’t offer commission splits for some of the listings we promote because they may be a limited service listing or the listing of another affiliated or cooperating agent. There just isn’t a commission available in those cases. Always check with Senior Care Realty for each listing to find if a commission split is available.
Second, we only offer commission splits to licensed real estate agents representing a buyer-client. We don’t offer splits to buyers who are also a principal in a transaction, even if they’re licensed. As licensed agents ourselves, there are regulations we need to follow on this, too.
Third, a commission split is only available to a licensed agent who makes the initial contact with Senior Care Realty on behalf of a specific buyer. Buyers can’t bring their cousin who is a real estate agent into a transaction just before closing and insist on splitting our commission with us – sorry, but it’s happened.
Fourth, we don’t offer commission splits to an agent when “their” buyer is a buyer we’ve already worked with or shared the listing with. Since we specialize in assisted living facilities and other senior care real estate, we have a long list of buyers who we communicate with regularly. Other agents can handle this in a few ways: 1) confirm with the buyer that they haven’t already worked with Senior Care Realty about the property, or 2) register the buyer with Senior Care Realty to confirm that the buyer is eligible for a commission split.
Even if we can’t split our commission with another agent, that agent can still represent the buyer. But they will just need to make arrangements with the buyer for compensation. A fee agreement with a buyer is one alternative, and buyers making a bid that includes the seller compensating the buyer’s agent is another alternative. If you represent a buyer, there are many ways for you to get paid, even if it’s not a commission split from Senior Care Realty.
If you are a licensed real estate agent representing a buyer, we want to work with you. And it’s as easy as following these two steps:
1. Confirm that a commission split is offered for the listing. Just call or email the Senior Care Realty agent responsible for the listing.
2. Register your buyer to get the process started. Just click here. OR, ask your buyer to complete the online confidentiality agreement on our website for any property listing and include your name in the Referred By field.