We list your property on the Texas MLS - REALTOR ® MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE - for a low flat fee. Our discount REALTOR® system works great with for sale by owners or any other seller. We are a fee for service company letting you pay for the exact service you want. Please give us a call for more questions. see our LISTING RESULTS REVIEWS Our company name is Listing Results, LLC. Our office is located in Colleyville Texas. We offer flat fee service for most markets in Texas.
Texas Flat Fee MLS Listing is, the way to sell. The internet has completely changed the way homes are bought and sold. List on the MLS just like all other listings, and only pay a commission if a buyer agent brings you a buyer. If you sell as a FOR SALE BY OWNER, you will pay no buyer agent commission but we still help you with the process. We offer full service flat fee and when you are ready to buy, get a home buying rebate, with our rebate program. Buying & Selling is no longer expensive, in fact, it can cost little to no commission, if you work with us.
What is the MLS? The multiple listing service, or MLS, is a facility that allows real estate professionals - REALTORS ® to learn about and share Texas property listings in support of the interests of clients and customers. REALTORS® enjoy an economical, efficient system of sharing real property information and facilitating cooperative transactions, while their clients and customers have access to the most accurate and up-to- date property information available. There are hundreds of MLS's across the country, which use a common set of rules to enable a smooth exchange of information in their local communities. The Texas MLS provide a means for participants to offer compensation to other participants and enhance cooperation among them. As applications of Internet technology to the real estate business have increased in number, quality, and acceptance by the public, most real estate brokerage firms have established "online identities." The Texas MLS has adopted Internet Data Exchange (IDX) programs as a means of enhancing cooperation between REALTORS®. Under IDX, brokers exchange consent to display each other’s listings on participants’ websites and using applications for mobile devices that participants control. Many MLS's, as a service to their members, also provide listing information to third-party aggregators such as realtor®.com and others through syndication or other similar type agreements, unless the broker withholds consent.
How to sell your property:
4P’s of selling ... In order of importance
#1 - Pricing is really all that matters!
The number of showings is a function of people wanting to look. It's not a function of agents wanting to show.
If you are not getting many showings, it means you have a lack of consumer demand, and you may need to lower the price.
If you are getting a lot of showings, it means you have a lot of consumer demand.
THE PRICE SELLING FORMULA!
* Start with a price you want to get. We do a comparative market analysis for your subdivision within the Texas area.
* If you are not getting many showings, or offers, reduce the price.
* Many sellers think you have to start with the perfect price, but you do not. Starting high to test the market is ok as long as you do not let it sit on the market overpriced.
Many home sellers over price their homes. The biggest mistake is not making big enough price reductions often enough.
Your goal is to sell within a certain time frame and get the most for you home as possible.
No agent can tell you the perfect price to achieve this goal, but what we can do is give you the "Selling Formula" to achieve this goal.
#2 - Presentation
You want to make your home look as good as possible. This may help your home sell faster and for more money.
#3 - Putting on MLS
Without the MLS, you probably are not getting the exposure you need to bring in potential buyers. Also, most homebuyers
prefer to work with buyer agents.
Help market your property and may increase the number of showings. We have companies in the Texas area, we can recommends to take photos. Pricing runs $79-$200.
We comply completely with SB 810 on all our listing packages (along with all rules and regulations by TREC, TAR, NAR & MLS Texas Boards - that includes a provision that requires a broker who represents a party or who lists real property under an exclusive agreement to: inform the party of material information related to the transaction, including the receipt of an offer by the broker, and answer the party's questions and present any offer to or from the party. The bill prohibits a broker who represents a party from telling another broker to negotiate directly with the broker's client. The bill further provides that, for purposes of 1101.157, a license holder who has additional authority to bind a party under a power of attorney or a property management agreement is considered a party to the lease or sale; an inquiry to an employee of a builder or developer about contract terms or forms does not violate §1101.652(b)(22) if the person does not have authority to bind the employer to the contract; the delivery of an offer to a party does not violate §1101.652(b)(22) if the party's broker consents to the delivery and a copy of the offer is sent to the party's broker; and provides an exception to the requirement of sending a copy of the offer to a party's broker if the party is a governmental agency using a sealed bid process that does not allow a copy to be sent to the broker.