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Estate Agents: How to get your commission paid earlier

Congratulations! Your sale has finally been made and all the papers have been signed.
Commonly, life can throw curveballs at anyone at any time and sometimes you have unexpected costs waiting for you around the corner that you have not provisioned for. Often you won’t have the cash lying around to cover these expenses and would thus love to receive that commission to get paid to you earlier.
As you would already know, it easily takes up to two to three months for the transfer to be fully complete and for you to get your money paid into your account.

8 Common life expenses most of us all face:

  • Rent/mortgage payments: This is likely to be the largest monthly expense for many people, as housing costs can be significant.
  • Utilities: This includes the cost of electricity, gas, water, and other necessary services like internet and phone bills.
  • Food and groceries: These are necessary expenses that everyone must spend monthly.
  • Transportation: This can include the cost of fuel for a car, public transportation fees, or maintenance and insurance on a car.
  • Insurance: Many people must pay for various types of insurance, such as health, life, and car insurance, monthly
  • Clothing: Most people must purchase new clothes or shoes every so often, especially for work or special occasions.
  • Personal care products: This can include things like toiletries, beauty products, and medication.
  • Home maintenance and repairs: This includes the cost of fixing or maintaining appliances, furniture, or other household items.
  • Debt payments: Many people must pay off debt, such as credit card debt, student loans, or car loans, monthly.

The solution to getting your commission paid earlier.

QuickBridge offers estate agent commission bridging finance to solve this cash flow issue immediately.
You simply need to fill out our application form so that one of our specialists can provide you with a few simple documents to fill out and get you your money as soon as possible.
Visit QuickBridge for more information.