finder's fee

Definition of "finder's fee"
  1. A charge by real estate agents or apartment-locating services for finding a property to rent, but an illegitimate charge if imposed by landlords just for renting a place
How to use "finder's fee" in a sentence
  1. The tenant agreed to pay the real estate broker a finder's fee for the condo unit.
  2. His expertise in locating options led to his earning a handsome finder's fee.
  3. Despite the hefty finder's fee, the client was pleased with the house found for her.

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