This is an example of the definition of indirect procurement. I am explaining the definition of indirect procurement to a client because I’ve been asked if it is the best way to procure all different types of goods. Let’s say you’re going to an auction for a painting. When you go to the auction – you buy a painting. You have the painting delivered to you. (You are not buying it.) You pay for the painting.
Direct procurement means the person is going to get a commission from you, but they will also get a commission from you unless they put you in charge of the commission. Direct procurement means you are going to go to auction for the painting and pay for the commission. This is called direct procurement.
Another thing that is implied is that the person in charge of the commission is going to get the commission from you – whether they are buying the painting or not. This person is called a direct commissionor (who usually acts like a buyer).
Direct procurement is when you are buying a house, but you are getting an agent to buy the house for you. That agent is called a direct commissionor.
Direct procurement is a way in which you don’t pay a realtor or real estate agent for a house you are buying. Instead, you pay someone else to buy the house for you. This is how a person does the direct procurement of a house – first they go to an agent and say, ‘I want to buy my house for $5,000. You should have it for $5,000.
The actual definition of indirect procurement by a realtor is more complicated. Because of the way the realtor acts, some people believe that you can’t pay an agent direct commissions since that would be considered direct procurement. However, that is not true. In fact, if you pay someone direct commissions and they go out and find 3 other houses for you to buy, then you can also pay them indirect commissions since you are using them as a broker.
The problem with indirect procurement is that all that happens is you pay a higher commission to the agent and they find houses for you to buy. There’s no guarantee that they will. You might find a house that you wouldn’t have found without using the agent’s services. And even if they do find houses that you would have found without them, you will not receive the full amount agreed to in the contract. You will receive only some of that commission.
This is where indirect procurement comes in. If you want us to do your bidding, you have to give us a little more than you would by yourself. The problem you are having with indirect procurement is that you paying a higher commission to the agent means they are not giving you the same deal as you would get if you were paying them directly. Its like the broker selling you a house and you just getting the commission. You make your choice.
The problem with indirect procurement is that it is not the same as direct procurement. Direct procurement is like paying someone to get the job done. The problem is that the broker is not giving you a good deal in return for your money. The problem with indirect procurement is that it is not the same as direct procurement, because you are not getting the same deal as you would if you were paying the agent directly.
For example, if you go to a realtor and they ask you for a $100,000 budget, you are agreeing to sell your house for $100,000. But when you go to an agent, they do not ask for an $100,000 budget, they ask you to sign a $100,000 mortgage. The agent, in essence, is taking the commission from you. This is not a good deal.