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Thanks Jamie I'll give you a call soon.
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MLS - FSBO Listing Services (flat fee) / Re: NYC Flat Fee MLS Provider
« Last post by Ronald Cook on November 15, 2016, 07:04:50 PM »
I'd try out the agent assisted FSBO method if you're looking to sell FSBO in NYC.  It's similar to a flat fee MLS listing except you're paired through a company like Hauseit with reputable local full-service brokerages.  The benefit is you won't be listed by some drone discount broker whom all the other brokers dislike / avoid!

Agreed - the 'agent assisted' FSBO technique is pretty common these days, even in New York City where commissions are still pretty much 6% and there are very few FSBO sellers... See story which Inman just broke about the NYC market:

http://www.inman.com/2016/07/25/the-underground-for-sale-by-owner-movement-in-nyc/

The FSBO method is definitely catching on here in NYC. The NY Observer put out another good article recently: http://observer.com/2016/09/the-biz-of-the-fsbo/
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www.sellyourhousefastmls.co, Is a Flat Fee MLS Full Service advertising agency which is family owned and ran since May 2011... We too have bought and sold over 150 of our own homes by owner and helped 100's of other sellers market their homes successfully for sale by owner only paying a buyers agent commission if there is one and paying zero commissions when a buyer is found without a buyers agent. We do not just hand you off to a broker for flat fee mls entry only service, we also market your home and syndicate it to 100's of fsbo websites and online classifieds to enhance your chance of not only finding a buyer but finding one without a buyers agent which maximizes your savings when you don't have to pay any commissions! There are many flat fee services out there and some are even FREE, but if quality matters and you're not a price shopper we believe that our marketing services are far superior to any other flat fee provider!
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Any reviews of flatmlslisting.com in Florida?  Listing contract states .5% of 3% commission goes to their designated real estate agency. This info is not noted on their website. Defeats the purpose of any incentive to a real estate agent to show my property if they will only get 2.5% instead of 3%on another property.
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I am not local but can help you and I have great references from Northern California sellers as well 417-920-0710 or visit www.sellyourhousefastmls.com
Thank you,
Jamie Mattingly
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I am Jamie Mattingly with www.sellyourhousefastmls.com and have been doign these flat fees since May of 2011 with nothing but great reviews. I don't beat around the bush and I am helpful to all my clients. I am a full service advertising agency and not your typical flat fee mls service. I don't sell on price but on my experience and what I bring to the table to help you meet the goal of selling your home, quickly and not paying a full commission or better yet paying zero commission. I have bought and sold over 150 homes, and helped 100's of others get theirs sold too. My service is superior and exceeds any other flat fee service because my package gives you more and my service goes above and beyond anyone else. My pricing is not cheap but its still less than the largest flat fee service for sale by owner dot com with more features to help you get your home sold fast!
Come over to my site and see why i'm different! Chat with me on the site or call me on my cell 417-920-0710

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MLS - FSBO Listing Services (flat fee) / RECOMMEND FLAT FEE MLS FOR CALIFORNIA?
« Last post by scotslass on September 01, 2016, 12:54:43 PM »
HELP! We are ready to sell but our previous flat fee broker has now retired.  Need a flat fee MLS agent based in California, preferably Contra Costa County, who will allow us to be the direct contact and who provides signs.  Any recommendations?

I saw this website for a local real estate attorney who recommends using USRealty.com   I looked for reviews and could not find.  https://norcalfsbo.wordpress.com/   Anyone heard of?

TIA!

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Hi Everyone,

I am in Florida, and considering offering Flat fee mls service to fsbo.
Can anyone provide some guidance regarding the contracts and addendums that need to executed to validate the agreement. And to avoid problems with the local board and mls.
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MLS - FSBO Listing Services (flat fee) / Re: NYC Flat Fee MLS Provider
« Last post by Jason Kam on August 25, 2016, 01:27:07 PM »
I'd try out the agent assisted FSBO method if you're looking to sell FSBO in NYC.  It's similar to a flat fee MLS listing except you're paired through a company like Hauseit with reputable local full-service brokerages.  The benefit is you won't be listed by some drone discount broker whom all the other brokers dislike / avoid!

Agreed - the 'agent assisted' FSBO technique is pretty common these days, even in New York City where commissions are still pretty much 6% and there are very few FSBO sellers... See story which Inman just broke about the NYC market:

http://www.inman.com/2016/07/25/the-underground-for-sale-by-owner-movement-in-nyc/
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MLS - FSBO Listing Services (flat fee) / FLAT FEE MLS IN CALIFORNIA
« Last post by scotslass on August 09, 2016, 05:39:13 PM »
Looking for flat rate MLS agent/broker in Northern California East Bay area.  Any recommendations?  Although Mike Thomson (a good Scottish name!) recommends buyself.com I was thinking it would be better to go direct instead of a service that assigns a local realtor?

We only need the MLS listing and the sign.  No lockbox.  Can handle our own open houses and advertising.  Just want immediate forwarding of any inquiries that come from the listing and it's links in realtor.com, zillow, etc.

Anyone?

Thanks.
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