FAQs

MLS or Multiple Listing Service is a database of properties in the surrounding area of a City and County. This list is usually only available to participating Brokers and Agents that are members of the local Board of Realtors. MLS is the main source of real estate information for Brokers CMA’s, Appraisers and other Real Estate Professionals. To maximize your listing, listing your property on the MLS it will sale faster than properties that are not on the MLS.


The listing will be seen by more than just Realtors, some of the information will be seen by Brokers, Realtors and by the general public by web sites like Zillow.com, Trulia.com, Realtor.com and other major Real Estate web sites. MLS data feeds into these sites, making your advertising very effective. Flat Fee Listing involves paying a Broker to list a property for a minimum flat fee amount instead of a regular commission of 6%. This involves cooperation from the seller to provide all the accurate and necessary information required by the Multiple Listing Service.


In most cases, a listing offer is usually 6% of the sales price, 3% to the listing broker and 3% to the selling broker, who helps in the search for a buyer. This is usually why the MLS is so effective in the sales of properties. By choosing to use Flat Fee Broker Services vs Full Service Broker you have already saved thousands of dollars in commission by not having to pay 3% to your listing Broker.


We do have a 100% money back guarantee, please read our terms on this guarantee, you will have 4 calendar day’s to return your listing documents to us in order to qualify for a refund. No refunds once the property is active as a listing.


Yes, there are some documents needed in order for us to list your property. Once you place your order, you will provided these documents along with instructions on what to do for us to list your property as soon as possible.


You may need a lockbox that will hold the key to your property for showings (lockbox provided by seller). All showings will be coordinated by you or if you choose to use a centralize showing service, but you will decide when the agents will enter the property and when they will receive the code for access.


Call us and we will be more than happy to answer any and all your questions you may have. We want to make sure everything is very clear for you.