Yes, if you come to IIC before you sign a brokerage agreement with their company. Otherwise, that broker will no longer be in competition to win you as a client. Brokers, across the country, routinely and gladly agree to take less than the full commission. This happens, for example when the prospective client wants more than one licensee at the same brokerage company to represent them or when the prospective client wants licensees from more than one brokerage company to represent them. We think the latter is probably more common in commercial transactions. But, probably the most frequent example is residential brokers getting referrals from other brokers, for which they are delighted to pay a full referral fee. After all, if they reject the referral, they will not get any of the commission.