Brittany Real Estate LLC DBA
Eagle Business Brokers LLC
Facebook Language EN RUS ESP
Call 303-743-7303
FAQs

Realtor


Why should I go to a business broker?

A professional business broker can be helpful in many ways. They can provide you with a selection of different and, in many cases, unique businesses, including many that you would not be able to find on your own. Approximately 90 percent of those who buy businesses end up with something completely different from the business that they first inquired about. Business brokers can offer you a wide variety of businesses to look at and consider.

Business brokers are also an excellent source of information about small business and the business buying process. They are familiar with the market and can advise you about trends, pricing and what is happening locally. Your business broker will handle all of the details of the business sale and will do everything possible to guide you in the right direction, including, if necessary, consulting other professionals who may be able to assist you.

Your local professional business broker is the best person to talk to about your business needs and requirements.

Do I need a broker or Realtor?

A broker and a realtor are both licensed person to act within the guidelines of the state of Colorado regulatory agency.

So what is the difference?

A realtor can be a broker but unless a broker is a member of a national realtor association which sets the standards of public ethics, he is not a realtor. A realtor is governed by specific guidelines set by the NRA and governed by not only the Colorado Consumer protection agency; Realtor association arbitration which provide an additional layer of protection to the public from negligence.

Who is paying for the Realtor?

The specific written agreement identifies who pays the brokers. Unless agreed separately, it is part of the sales price the seller receives from the Buyer and paid by the seller.

If something goes wrong who is responsible?

In general, the fiduciary duty is governed by the agency one chooses. In the event of a dispute or mistake the public hire an attorney to rectify. A realtor is governed by specific guidelines set by the NRA and governed by not only the Colorado Consumer protection agency; the public has an additional layer of protection from Realtor association arbitration.

Contact Form

All fields are necessary