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John and Vivian Nardelli aren’t real estate agents, but perhaps they should be. They bought their Ann Arbor house for $286,000 some time ago. The Nardellis managed to weather the slump in 2009/2010 and sold that Burns Park home in 2015, a period of rapidly escalating home prices in Washtenaw County, for $335,000.
And, they sold it without the assistance of a real estate agent, using a flat-fee service. By cutting out that middle man (or woman), the couple pocketed more than $20,000 that they would have otherwise had to pay the broker.
Sure, it’s obvious
The moral to the Nardelli’s story is that the best reason to skip using a real estate agent when you sell your home is to save money – up to 6 percent of the sales price as a matter of fact (that’s the real estate agent’s commission). By skipping the agent and using a flat-fee service, however, you not only save money but you’ll still have access to the all-important Multiple Listing Service (MLS) in which to advertise the home.
But there’s more to consider
Now, it’s not just the cash out of your pocket that you should consider. Real estate is, after all, an investment. Let’s take a look at the Nardellis again. Over the years they built $49,000 in equity. Had they sold their home using a real estate agent to assist them they would’ve paid $20,100 in broker commissions, thereby losing 41 percent of the appreciation on their investment.
No, real estate agents aren’t useless
They’re just expensive. The biggest value they provide is a listing for the home in the MLS, which is a must if you want the home to sell quickly and for top dollar. But, the good news is that you can get that MLS listing for a tiny fraction of the commission you would pay a real estate agent right here on MLSProvider.com.
With MLSProvider.com, in fact, you pay a $99 set up fee and then $99 per month until the home sells. You won’t be asked to sign a long-term contract and you can relax with our risk-free, 100 percent money-back guarantee. You won’t get that from a real estate agent.