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Did you know that that National Association of Realtors (NAR) is the largest trade association in the United States? NAR membership at 1.3 million constitutes about half of those who are licensed to sell real estate. That means when you decide to choose a listing agent, there are 2.5 million people qualified to help. So, how do you choose to find the best one for you? Here are some tips that can help you find an agent that will do a great job at a great price.
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Before you sell your home on your own (FSBO) to save on realtor fees, you should understand what you will be required to do, the true cost of a FSBO sale, and the odds of success. You should also look closely at a lesser known option that can save you thousands, provide you with full real estate services, and dramatically increase your odds of a successful sale.
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Many sellers wonder if using a full service listing agent and paying a 6% commission on their home is the right way to go. This often leads to using a discount broker. However, with their limited services, sellers are left to spend money and time, dealing with the hassles on their own all for an 88% national failure rate. Let’s look at why you should avoid discount brokers as well as why you should consider the newest alternative known as flat fee, full service brokerage as offered by Recadia.
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If you are selling your home, you may be getting mixed signals about the best way to get it done. Some people say you should pay a 6% commission. Others say that you don’t need a broker once you get your home listed on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS). Recadia understands that both models have their good points but leave sellers with two options that don’t give them the whole package. That is why they use the flat fee, full service model that keeps the pros and gets rid of the cons. Find out why flat fee, full service is right for you.
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Does a 6% commission feel like a lot of money? Are you unsure what an agent does to earn their keep? This article will explain your options, help you understand the value of having an agent in your corner, and explain a new option, a flat fee, full service model, that gives you exactly what you are searching for.
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One question most people ask before hiring a buying agent is, “How much will it cost me to have you represent me?” The answer you will hear is, “It won’t cost you a thing. The seller pays my commission.” The problem is that this answer is not the truth! Whether you realize it or not, and whether your agent understands it or not, you, not the seller, will pay your realtor’s commission. Even more importantly, you will also be footing the bill for the seller’s agent’s commission as well.