Selling real estate has been traditionally paid through a percentage commission to agents involved. The seller pays the agent 1 to 3 percent of the selling price as a commission to sell their home. The seller also pays the buyer’s agent usually a 2 to 3 percent commission. A flat fee real estate brokerage charges the seller a flat fee to list (a buyer’s agent co-op or commission may apply). What’s the better deal? Continue reading Percentage Commission vs Flat Fee: What’s the Best Deal When You Sell?
Selling your house is a big deal. A really big, expensive deal. Make the most on the deal by avoiding these 12 costly home selling mistakes. Continue reading 12 Costly Home Selling Mistakes to Avoid
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Jim and Becky were in a time crunch. They needed to sell their home fast for an out-of-state move, but hadn’t been in their house very long. They needed an agent to expedite the sale, but really needed their limited equity for relocation costs. Continue reading The win-win of full service flat fee real estate