Formula For Dropdown List

QueueRealEstate

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Hello,
I have posted a thread a while back with something similar (IF Function and Drop Down List Calculation).
User "Yongle" provided a solution. I am now needing to modify the information.

Below in the total commission column and remuneration columns to do the following. If "selling" calculate the amount in total commission ( 7% first 100k, and 2.5% balance). Then break that down to 3.78% on the first 100k, and 1.35% on the balance, which will go in the Remuneration column. This will also apply for the Buying side (7% and 2.5%) and the breakdown of the percentages shown on below table. I have this already thanks to Yongle". However, here are the other criteria needed:

If the Status is Prospect, Active, Conditional or Closed the amounts in Total Commission and Remuneration can appear. If it is a Lead status, the amounts do not show in both the Total Commission and Remuneration columns. In addition, if the status of the Referral is Yes, then the calculation needs to be reflective of the Transaction type (Buying, Selling) criteria and then 25% of that amount in the Referral Fees Column. If no, column remains blank. This would also show up in the Remuneration Column.
First​
$100,000Balance
Full Remuneration​
7%​
2.5%​
Buying​
3.22%​
1.15%​
Selling​
3.78%​
1.35%​

NameTransaction TypeLead SourceStatusReferralPriceTotal CommissionReferral FeesRemuneration
Quentin LemmerSellingOnline AdvertisingProspect,Active, Conditional, ClosedNo525500
Quentin LemmerBuyingSphere of InfluenceLeadYes450000
 

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