Sell Your House on the Realtor's MLS Using Flat Fee Listings Service at the Newly Launched

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A changing real estate market has more sellers turning to listing their own homes on the Realtors' MLS, keeping their equity and forgetting the middleman listing agent. You can now easily list your own home on the MLS (Multiple Listing Service) and by paying one low, flat fee using the services of

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The real estate market is changing fast and an increased number of buyers and sellers are relying on the Internet for buying and selling homes. Homeowners can now easily sell their own homes by listing them on the actual Realtor's MLS (Multiple Listing Service) for a low, flat fee of $399 using the newly launched services of Flat Fee Listings on the MLS. This service allows sellers to keep list on the MLS and keep their hard-earned equity in their homes and forget the middleman.

Commonly, a seller hires a Realtor to list a home on the MLS, and another Realtor working with a buyer will sell it. The typical fee for this service is 6% of the sales price. Flat Fee Listings on the MLS connects sellers directly with the buyers through the nationwide affiliate broker network and allows the seller to eliminate the 3% listing agent's commission, through the use of flat fee listings.

Sellers attempting to sell their own homes using "for sale by owner" methods (FSBOs) lack exposure to the majority of buyers, and almost all of the calls they receive are from Realtor's trying to capture their listing. The problem with a typical FSBO approach is that 95% of the houses sold are closed by Realtor's using the MLS. allows users to easily list on the MLS for a flat fee.

Nobody wants to sell their house more than the homeowner, and everybody wants to maximize their profits from the sale. That is why offers the best of both worlds. For only $399, Flat Fee Listings on the MLS connects sellers with real estate brokers and their agents in their area who will list the home on the MLS, giving it the same exposure that a full service brokerage will give it, and the seller determines the exact fee paid to the buyer's representative. gives sellers the best scenario, giving the home full exposure to Realtor's and only charging the low cost of listing it themselves. Flat Fee Listings on the MLS uses a very easy, four-step listing process and comes with a 100% ironclad guarantee.


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