Just Commission Advance: Helping real estate professionals better manage their finances
Advance Real Estate Commission
As a real estate agent, you have an incredible range of responsibilities, from running your own business to staying up to date on the latest developments in the industry and maintaining deep knowledge of your local market. At the same time, you have to deal with a pay structure that offers major rewards but is also far from predictable.
A cash squeeze due to a delayed closing can put you in a tight spot financially. This can force you to focus more on budget details and payment arrangements than the work that ultimately brings in more income and builds your professional reputation. Commissions are often substantial, but, as many real estate agents know, they can’t be counted on in the same way as a paycheck.
How Just Commission Advance helps real estate agents
What if you had a way to access the money you’ve earned from a sale before the deal officially closes?
Just Commission Advance provides cash advances on pending real estate sales. This arrangement allows you to access the money you’ve already earned without waiting for the technical details and finer points of contention in the sale to be resolved. This option helps you expand your financial horizons, putting you in a better position to handle the many expenses that come with working as a real estate agent.
Our fee structure and delivery process are simple, too. You can expect to receive 100% of your net commission earnings, minus our service charge, through a wire transfer to your bank account in, at most, one business day.
What do I need to apply for a commission advance?
Our basic list of qualifications means nearly any active real estate professional can use and benefit from our service. You qualify for an advance as long as you:
- Have an active real estate license.
- Can provide a contract for a pending sale with closing scheduled within 120 days.
Because the advance is secured by the pending sale of a property, you don’t need to go through a credit check or other process to receive your loan.