Commission Advance Questions for Real Estate Agents

Our application process is seamless, safe and quick. We charge a flat fee with no hidden costs and we offer the best customer service possible to all our clients.

When you choose to advance your commission through Commission Star, you get immediate access to income that you can use to balance your cash flow and cover your business expenses efficiently.
If you are a licensed real estate agent, you are eligible for a commission advance from Commission Star.
The maximum amount we will advance is $15,000.
Commission Star believes in making the commission advance process a breeze for real estate professionals. We will deposit your advance directly in your designated bank account without any hassle.
In most cases, we will issue your funds within the same business day after your advance is approved.

No, our underwriting process only evaluates the annual production of the agent and the nature of the real estate transaction in question.

Residential houses, townhouses or resale condominiums that are set to close within 60 days are eligible.

While this rarely happens, it is still a possibility. In such a case, get in touch with us immediately and we will work together to find solutions such as assigning advance on a current deal that you have or a future deal. Our goal is to help you stay on top of your business needs and we will do anything to make that happen.

Simply to confirm the pending transaction and authorize the repayment of the advance and fees to us at closing.

No, the broker does not bear any liability with a commission advance. Repayment of the advance is solely your responsibility.

Yes, as long as you have proof that the funds are used exclusively for business. However, the best way to go about this is to consult your accountant.

Yes, as long as the total advance amount does not exceed $15,000.

As soon as you have an accepted purchase and sale agreement and all terms or conditions have been waived.