Is It Legal for Real Estate Investors to Pay Referral Fees?

Posted by on Aug 9, 2014 in Blog | 3 comments

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Operating as a real estate professional without a license is a 3rd degree felony in my home state (Florida) and is considered a serious offense in most states.  Check out this brief video where Matt shares how you can legally and ethically compensate someone who has brought you a real estate deal, without ending up in jail.

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3 Responses to “Is It Legal for Real Estate Investors to Pay Referral Fees?”

  1. Thanks very much Matt. Since the county buy those orange suits in prison; I will not have that expense placed on the tax payers. I will follow the path to stay “free” at all times. GREAT INFORMATION for fellow investors,friends and family.

  2. Investors do this all the time. They even advertise online to pay for referrals. I appreciate your honesty and if anyone is wise, they’ll do things legally.

    • Matt Robinson says:

      Thanks for stopping by and leaving your thoughts! It’s great to have you as part of our community. Have an awesome 2015!

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