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Agent Frequently Asked Questions

Commission2day was created by real estate professionals, for real estate professionals. We recognized a common issue and decided to build a solution geared toward solving cash flow problems. We are taking a hands on approach, meaning that we will have real people on the ground taking the time to meet and get to know our customers. We have created a loyalty program that rewards future business, in addition to our discount for first time customers. Unlike our competitors that offer “free grace periods” that charge you their entry rate if repaid within that timeframe, we will give you further discounts if you replenish your advance earlier than expected.

Whether you are just starting out as an agent or an established agent, cash flow ups and downs are common to almost everyone selling real estate and mortgage lending. It is common due to the timing of when sales close. You have earned the commission, now get it when you want it.

Your advance will be your portion of the commission, less the fee (Discount) and a reserve (Holdback).

You can utilize our services to fund anything related to your business. Your office expenses, operating expenses, marketing/ advertising, attending seminars, paying estimated taxes or professional dues and the list goes on as you’re a contractor.

It is not common that this is the case, however it does happen. If your sale falls through, you can replace it using future earned commissions.

The cost depends on the amount you want advanced and the length of time until closing. There are different timeframes that determine the cost of the advance. For example, If your sale closes in 10 days, the cost would be less than $100 on an advance of $1,000. Check out our cost estimator on the homepage or, chat with a customer service agent via live chat or email.

By law, The brokering company owns the right to all commissions earned and is required to agree to assign earned commissions in mention to Commission2day. The broker does not take on any liability. They simply agree to assign the commission in mention, or a future commission from the agent to Commission2day in order to replenish the advance.

No. We do not perform credit checks. We will verify your sale with your broker and rely on the strength of your performance. Not your credit history.

We will advance your commissions on almost any type of sale you have. And even if you are a mortgage lender.  Pending residential sales, short sales, active listings and commercial resale properties all qualify.

Apply for a pending sale advance upon accepting a purchase contract and open escrow on a residential property that is scheduled to close within 120 days.

Select the Apply now button on our home page and our on-line application will walk you through it. Have the contract in front of you as you will need to know the sale details, including contact information for the settlement company closing the sale. Once completed, the Commission2day agreement will be emailed to you and your broker for electronic signatures.

Once the signed documents and sales contract are sent to Commission2day we will Underwrite the advance paperwork and notify you if your advance is approved. If we cannot approve your request or, if there is missing information, a customer service representative will personally contact you.

When you apply for a commission advance, your broker is asked to sign a commission disbursement authorization agreement form with the settlement company. This form is used to send the portion of the customer’s commission that has been advanced, directly to Commission2day at the close of escrow.

No. Commission2day will not contact the buyer or seller.

Agent Frequently Asked Questions

Commission2day was created by real estate professionals, for real estate professionals. We recognized a common issue and decided to build a solution geared toward solving cash flow problems. We are taking a hands on approach, meaning that we will have real people on the ground taking the time to meet and get to know our customers. We have created a loyalty program that rewards future business, in addition to our discount for first time customers. Unlike our competitors that offer “free grace periods” that charge you their entry rate if repaid within that timeframe, we will give you further discounts if you replenish your advance earlier than expected.

Whether you are just starting out as an agent or an established agent, cash flow ups and downs are common to almost everyone selling real estate and mortgage lending. It is common due to the timing of when sales close. You have earned the commission, now get it when you want it.

Your advance will be your portion of the commission, less the fee (Discount) and a reserve (Holdback).

You can utilize our services to fund anything related to your business. Your office expenses, operating expenses, marketing/ advertising, attending seminars, paying estimated taxes or professional dues and the list goes on as you’re a contractor.

It is not common that this is the case, however it does happen. If your sale falls through, you can replace it using future earned commissions.

The cost depends on the amount you want advanced and the length of time until closing. There are different timeframes that determine the cost of the advance. For example, If your sale closes in 10 days, the cost would be less than $100 on an advance of $1,000. Check out our cost estimator on the homepage or, chat with a customer service agent via live chat or email.

By law, The brokering company owns the right to all commissions earned and is required to agree to assign earned commissions in mention to Commission2day. The broker does not take on any liability. They simply agree to assign the commission in mention, or a future commission from the agent to Commission2day in order to replenish the advance.

No. We do not perform credit checks. We will verify your sale with your broker and rely on the strength of your performance. Not your credit history.

We will advance your commissions on almost any type of sale you have. And even if you are a mortgage lender.  Pending residential sales, short sales, active listings and commercial resale properties all qualify.

Apply for a pending sale advance upon accepting a purchase contract and open escrow on a residential property that is scheduled to close within 120 days.

Select the Apply now button on our home page and our on-line application will walk you through it. Have the contract in front of you as you will need to know the sale details, including contact information for the settlement company closing the sale. Once completed, the Commission2day agreement will be emailed to you and your broker for electronic signatures.

Once the signed documents and sales contract are sent to Commission2day we will Underwrite the advance paperwork and notify you if your advance is approved. If we cannot approve your request or, if there is missing information, a customer service representative will personally contact you.

When you apply for a commission advance, your broker is asked to sign a commission disbursement authorization agreement form with the settlement company. This form is used to send the portion of the customer’s commission that has been advanced, directly to Commission2day at the close of escrow.

No. Commission2day will not contact the buyer or seller.