Agents & Brokers

  • Receive qualified referrals that are excited to work with you!
  • Helping your referral buy/sell their home will lead to a donation for a deserving non-profit
  • Receive additional notoriety when we share news of the donation on our blog and social media channels

How Does it work?


Use the form below to tell us about your experience as an agent/broker


Once a broker referral agreement is signed, we introduce you within hours of them inquiring with us


A good portion of the referral fee that you pay to us will be donated to your client’s favorite cause!





What happens when Good Referral refers a client to me?
If you are selected by buyer/seller/lessee, brokers (and their agents) work with Good Referral on a standard broker referral basis. Periodic transaction updates are expected and we may proactively track transactions as well. When the transaction closes, the receiving broker will pay the agreed upon referral fee (usually 25%) to Good Referral. Good Referral then sends a majority of that balance to the client’s chosen non-profit.
How can Good Referral help grow my business?
Our clients are motivated buyers & sellers that are excited to be working with our trusted broker affiliates. When clients are provided with an excellent experience, there’s a great chance they will give your name to family and friends in the future.
How much will the client’s non-profit receive?
Under most circumstances, the donation will equal .25% of the transaction price.

For example, a typical $800,000 transaction would result in a $2,000 donation for the non-profit!

Where does the donation funding come from?
Once the client selects an agent, we create a referral agreement with that agent’s brokerage. When the transaction is completed, the receiving brokerage pays us the the referral fee and we immediately send a good portion of that fee along to the client’s non-profit.
Is a real estate brokerage?
Yes, is a California-licensed brokerage. This allows us to enter into broker referral agreements with brokers located anywhere nationwide. Further, we can make donations to eligible non-profits located nationwide.
How is non-profit eligibility determined?
Most organizations that are tax-exempt under Section 501(c) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code will qualify. More specifically, we prioritize those who focus on arts, science, education, health, poverty, animal welfare, and be dedicated to benefiting society at large on a non-discriminatory basis.
Is a non-profit?
Our primary purpose is to give clients the ability to support worthy causes they believe in. However, as a licensed real estate brokerage, we aren’t in the same category as a traditional non-profit or charitable organization.
I’m seeing both 25% and 0.25% mentioned…what’s the difference?
Those two values refer to two different elements of the transaction.

Here’s a brief explanation assuming an $800,000 transaction and the broker receiving a 2% commission:

Receiving brokers usually pay us a referral fee equal to 25% of their commission.

For example: $16,000 commission x 25% = $4,000 referral paid to us.

Our overhead/marketing/salaries are deducted from that amount which leaves the remaining amount that is donated.

A good estimate of the donation amount is 0.25% of the total transaction amount.

For example: $800,000 x 0.25% = ~$2,000 estimated donation

Please note that these figures are just estimates and subject to change with each transaction. The actual donation amount is subject to change based on the transaction amount and the negotiated rates between clients & their brokers.

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