We must receive payment and closing documentation within 14 days of your closed transaction, or as soon as reasonably possible. This will increase your chances of receiving more, higher-quality leads with Opcity.
You can send payment as a check, or as an ACH / Wire Transfer.
Payment as an ACH / Wire Transfer
Wire transfer or ACH is the quickest and most secure form of payment. When using this form of payment, you can expect a processing time of 2-3 business days from the time the payment is sent.
Bank transfer information can be found in the Broker Portal under the "Unpaid Closes" tab.
If you choose to send a Wire Transfer / ACH, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the below information:
- The date Wire Transfer was sent
- The exact payment amount that was sent
- Name of the client
- Property address
Payment as a Check
When you send payment as a physical check, please allow up to 14 business days for Opcity to process your payment from the time it was sent.
When you are sending payment as a check, please include the client's name, the property address, and the agent's name in the Memo / Description of check:
Payment may be sent to:
For US Postal delivery:
PO Box 122570
Dallas, TX 75312-2570
For Courier delivery (Fed EX, UPS, etc.):
1501 North Plano Rd, Ste 100
Richardson, TX 75081
All closing documents must be sent to email@example.com to be received by our Accounting Department.
Closing Documents will only be accepted if they include the following:
- Close date
- Property address
- Client's full name
- Total broker commission earned
We can accept the following formats for Closing Documents: PDF
Opcity requires documentation from a third party stating the amount of the closed transaction and the commission distributed—we refer to this as closing documentation. Typically, this requirement can be satisfied by the closing statement generated by the title company.
If there is no commission data explicitly listed, we will need a third-party document, such as the broker commission check, MLS listing with commission data, or the sell-side closing statement from the title company.
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