FAQs

Important Flat Fee MLS Listing frequently asked questions that we have put together to help you in listing flat rate mls. If you have any other questions, not listed here, feel free to give us a call:

Flat Fee MLS Listing (4)

No. No additional fees or commissions are paid if you find your own buyer.

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Typically it will take us 24-48 hours to get your property listed on your local MLS.

– You may request a refund of your listing fee before You have received your MLS number and we have listed your property on the MLS.

– We ask that you please first give us a chance to satisfy your listing needs.

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Yes. If a Buyer’s agent sees your listing on the MLS and brings a buyer you must pay the buyer’s agent a commission if you accept the offer.

The commission you’re willing to pay must be stated on your MLS listing details. We recommend that you offer a commission between 2% – 3% because your listing will be competing with other listings for agent’s attention.

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No. You pay a one-time Flat Fee for your MLS listing.

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MLS (Multiple Listing Service) (2)

On an hourly basis real estate agents look on the MLS for new listings as they have qualified buyers ready to purchase a home. The majority of all buyers are represented by a real estate agent because it’s completely free to them. And a real estate agents will always start their search on the MLS.

An MLS listing means more offers on your property.

The truth is you can now place your property on the MLS ‘by owner’ and not owe a sellers’ agent 3% of your sale price. Please give us a call if you have any questions and we will gladly explain the how you will save thousands and benefit from a Flat Fee MLS Listing.

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The MLS is a large database that real estate agents & brokers use to find available homes for qualified buyers. In the past the MLS was all on paper which is why you needed to hire a full service agent to get access to these MLS listed properties. The MLS was not made available to the public.

Nowadays the internet has changed the real estate industry completely. Every single real estate agent has an MLS search on his/hers website. And now it’s easily possible for you to get your property listed on that exact same MLS for a low flat fee.

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