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What is the MLS? 

The MLS, or Multiple Listing Service, is a program administered by the Fresno Association of REALTORS® and used by brokers to share information about a property with a) other REALTORS® and b) the general public. Only a licensed REALTOR® has full access to the MLS and can see additional marketing information, showing instructions and commission split that is not available to the general public. The general public can see information about homes for sale, photos, descriptions and contact information. This information is disseminated to other websites including broker websites, agent sites (such as this one), and national sites such as Zillow and Trulia. 

Are For Sale By Owner Homes Listed in the MLS? Yes and No

FSBO properties are not listed in the MLS, however a home owner can contact the MLS or 3rd party companies and pay a fee to have their home listed.

What is the implication of a Broker putting a property on the MLS? 

When a broker puts a home (a listing) in the MLS they are agreeing to split their commission with a cooperating broker. A 6% commission is shared 50/50 (3% and 3%) by the listing agency and the selling agent. When a home is NOT in the MLS then there is no commission split agreement. With my Home Seller Services Program you are paying a 2.75% commission to market the home and help put the property through escrow, however the property is not listed in the MLS. 

Can I switch from your Home Seller Services Program to a Full Service Listing? Yes

In fact, after 30-45 days I recommend it. At any time in the process we can update the contract to a 6% Exclusive Right to Sell agreement and list the property in the MLS.

My Home Seller Services Program is an excellent way to save money by only paying 2.75% but for various reasons including market conditions, price, location, deadline to sell the home and others, it might not be the best program for you. After 30 days it's important to reevaluate the situation and determine if we should continue to market the property as a FSBO, or list it in the MLS. 

What if the buyer has an agent? 

The bottom line of selling your home is the net amount gained, not the gross (i.e. Seller's Net).  If working with a buyer who has an agent is an opportunity to sell your house for a higher net amount then the offer should be considered. 

It's important to note that a buyer's agent commission must be agreed upon prior to negotiating the offer. This form is called a Commission Agreement. The buyer's agent will present the agreement, which is saying in short "I have a buyer and they want me involved in the transaction. If you sign this Commission Agreement and agree to pay 3% commission (this amount is negotiable) then I will write up the offer." You, as the seller, are not obligated to accept the offer. You are only agreeing to pay a commission if the offer is accepted.

For more information call me at 559-304-4637 or use my Contact Form. 

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