Do you partner with agents?
Yes, we will partner with any licensed agent or broker who registers to become a member of PROportal and registers to represent a buyer at least 24 hours prior to auction. You will be required to provide an agency agreement between you and your client indicating that you were representing your client prior to auction. A cooperation fee is paid at closing if the buyer closes per the terms of the contract. We also pay a referral fee at closing when an agent/broker member refers a listing for auction.
How do I show one of your properties?
You can show a property by attending one of the scheduled, open public inspections, or
for immediate access use the "Show a Property" button above to search for the property
and request that we email you the lock box code.
Can I show an occupied property?
If a property is privately owned or still occupied, we cannot provide a lockbox
code. Your client will need to view the property during the scheduled Open Public Inspections.
Can I represent a family member and still earn a commission?
Yes, but you must register the buyer here on PROportal at least 24 hours prior to
the auction. You also must attend the auction with your buyer and bring the confirmation
email you will receive to the auction as proof of registration. Your registered
buyer must be the high bidder and close under the terms of the contract in order
for the commission to be paid. Licensed agents who represent themselves in a transaction
are not eligible for a commission.
My buyer resides in another state than where I am licensed. Can I earn a commission
if he is the high bidder?
State licensing laws require that you must be licensed in the state where the auction
property is located. If this is the case, you can earn a commission regardless of
where your buyer resides as long as you register your buyer here on PROportal within
24 hours of the auction and your buyer closes under the terms of the contract.
I have registered an out of state buyer. Can I go to the auction and bid on his
Yes you can if you have an original Power of Attorney (POA) with you at the time
of the auction. If you will be bidding online on behalf of your client, then the
POA must be returned with the signed contract of sale following the auction.