Flat Fee MLS Listing in Alaska, Arizona, California, Idaho, Louisiana,
Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Utah and Washington
Our company never knew it was starting a nationwide revolution when it listed its first 3 bedroom / 2 bathroom house in Phoenix, Arizona’s Multiple Listing Service (MLS) for a flat fee of about $500. The novel concept, which will gradually sweep the nation is referred to as a Flat Fee MLS Listing. Homeowners nationwide our embracing our slogan, “Why Pay 6%?”.
About 50% of homeowners try to sell their homes themselves, but ultimately almost all of these individuals list with an agent. The problem with selling For Sale By Owner (FSBO) is that NOT being listing by a REALTOR® means NOT being able to take advantage of the most powerful marketing method in the history of real estate: the REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service (MLS).
In order to bring this opportunity to the nation, Congress Realty has developed a referral network of independent real estate brokers spanning hundreds of cities ranging from major metropolitan areas like Denver, Colorado to small, rural hamlets like Mountain Grove, Missouri. We can refer you to one of these brokers who will be responsible for collecting any fees and listing your property on the local MLS. In return, they will compensate us with a small referral fee. Please email us specific inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try to locate you a broker in your area.
Thanks for your interest,
Donald L. Plunkett, Jr.
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