Flat Fee MLS Listing in Alaska, Arizona, California, Idaho, Louisiana,
Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Utah and Washington
Save Thousands with a Flat Fee MLS Listing
At Congress Realty, we provide you an easy, affordable way to sell your house without paying a listing commission. A flat fee MLS listing gives your property direct exposure to home buyers across the nation and saves you money.
By obtaining a flat fee listing with Congress Realty, you can save big. Most traditional brokers charge a commission from 4 to 7% of the selling price of your house. We do not. Our flat fee listing is only $299!
We are the industry leader in volume listed and sold. We are not a referral company and are licensed to operate in every market we do business. We offer many optional upgrades such as lockboxes and REALTOR.com enhancements.
With thousands of listings already sold, Congress Realty has the experience and know-how to help you sell your house quickly and save you thousands. Saving money on your listing will help you to retain equity, allowing you to take away an increased amount of money or invest more in your next home.
It is so easy to get started. Choosing a flat fee MLS listing with Congress Realty is the first step in getting your property sold. We are a licensed brokerage in several states across the nation to better serve your MLS listing needs.
We are dedicated to helping you sell your house for the best price in the shortest amount of time. We are typically able to list your property, or make changes to your listing, within one business day after your request. Do not hesitate; list your property with us today.
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Las Vegas Sold Data from Congress Realty
I have noted in previous articles that various MLS’s track sold data. I am a HUGE fan of this because it allows agents to provide factual data to the public regarding who sold what home. Gone are the days of agents being able to claim they are a “top agent” without actual proof. Years ago, […]
First, what is earnest money? Earnest money is commonly referred to as good faith money. These are the funds deposited by the buyer to open the escrow. In states like Nevada and Arizona, earnest money serves as liquidated damages to a seller in the event of a buyer default. Earnest money should always appear on […]
How Buyers are Dealing with a Hot Market
I’m going to write specifically about a trend I have seen in the Las Vegas market over the last 30-45 days, however, the same could be applied in other markets. I’ll start with a specific example from this past weekend. An agent submitted 3 offers to our firm on 3 different Las Vegas properties. All […]