Contact me to see if the home you are trying to sell qualifies
for the 1% Listing Fee in the Central Virginia Regional MLS
Unlike home prices, real estate commission rates remained unchanged for decades. The traditional 6% commission was widely adopted in the U.S. back in 1940s. Since then, technological advances have changed the job of a real estate agent and the Internet has driven huge efficiencies into the real estate market. Today, the amount of time realtors spend on many aspects of each transaction is greatly reduced. With today's home prices, the 6% commission no longer accurately reflects the time and effort it takes a realtor to help you sell or buy a home. Realtors can provide full service for less and still remain profitable.
Just A Sample Of Your Savings
Home prices in the Richmond, Chesterfield, Henrico areas remain high even in a slow market. The median price for a single-family home in Richmond is around $350,000. This translates into a whopping $21,000 typical 6% real estate commission every time a home is sold. Many consumers feel that realtors don't do enough work to merit that kind of money. It is simply too much for a single transaction. Letting me list your home for 1% and you determine the percentage the Buyer’s Agent gets you will get to save a large portion of the normal fee. You can use it to add incentives for the Buyer, Lower the selling price or to pay your administrative cost involved in selling your home. If your home sold for $350,000 and you paid 2.5% to the Buyer's Agent you would save $8,750 over the standard 6%.
Here's What You'll Get
Full Service Realtor
· Home Will Be Displayed On Zillow & Kens-Homes.com
· No Cutting Corners
· No Hidden Fees
· I Schedule Showings
· I Work With Other Agents
· I Screen All Offers
· I Protect Your Interest
· No Cancellation Fee
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