Brokers have a statutory requirement to serve the best interests of their clients, whether buyers or sellers. That it is unethical to operate otherwise is another consideration.
Yet there are brokers out there who seem more concerned about their own welfare than that of their clients. Those are the brokers who shrink from sharing commissions. They shun co-brokering, splitting the commission with the broker who could produce a ready, willing and able buyer, as a recent post in TheApplePeeled.com reminds its readers.
The dollars can be considerable. Continue reading