Free MLS Listing Service Access is unattainable unless sellers sign a listing agreement providing a Realtor a commission percentage on the agreed sale price. The Realtor is paid only if the sale goes to a close, no upfront fees. However most Real Estate companies want you the seller to pay a 5-7% commission. That means ultimately the MLS access may be free until you accept an offer in writing and go to a close.

At Rate Cut Realty we believe using a Realtor is the best way to market your property. However, the listing broker is almost never the selling broker and their job really comes down to finding comparable sales used to value your property so that you can get as much money as possible within a short marketing time. The listing broker also needs to describe your homes attributes professionally in the remarks field. Professional pictures by photographers insure that the property will be well viewed on all the major search engines. A small cost for such high commissions to be charged. The listing broker who can do these minimal services including a few others like provide disclosure, and yard signage can reap a hefty 2.5-3.5% on the list side which does not include the 2.5-3.5% on the seller side.

If your selling your home and use a top performing Realtor you can pay half the list side and save a bundle of money when you engage the services of Rate Cut Realty. Visit Rate Cut Realty.com and learn how our sellers are saving as much as 50% on list fees and buyers are getting 50% of their Realtor’s commissions back in cash. Visit ratecutrealty.com and request your commission rebate agreement before engaging the services of any Realtor.