With how reliant we all are on technology, it’s no surprise that the internet now plays an extremely large role in the real estate transaction process.
Over 90% of homebuyers begin their search for a new home online. It’s imperative that your home be listed online if you want it to have the type of exposure that you need for your home to sell. With the reliance of online exposure, some experts say that the traditional way of selling real estate is changing.
As a result, flat fee real estate and flat fee MLS options have increasingly grown in popularity over the past few years. Flat fee real estate and flat fee MLS are oftenused interchangeably; however, there is a very distinct difference between the two options. Both services have the same goal — to save the seller money — but we’ve taken an in-depth look at both options in order to highlight some similarities and differences. Continue reading Flat Fee Real Estate vs. Flat Fee MLS