Since many MLS systems do not allow this, unfortunately we can not list any equitable interest properties. Our listing brokers must be dealing direct with the property owner(s) on the deed. We must have a legally binding listing agreement to protect all parties involved in the real estate transaction.
Contact your assigned flat fee listing broker. They are your source for all questions and changes to your listing after your property has been listed. For pre-listing questions or general questions about our Flat Fee MLS service you can Contact Us Online
Refunds can be requested within 30 days of purchase and only if the property is not listed (minus $10 credit card refund processing fee). Once the listing process has been completed by the broker, you can request to cancel your listing on the MLS, however the listing fee is no longer refundable. View our refund… [Read The Article…]
You can cancel the listing at any time by providing your broker with written instructions to do so (assuming there is not a contract pending on the property involving a buyer who was procured by a cooperating broker). There are no termination fees or other penalties in the event that you wish to cancel your… [Read The Article…]
Our brokers refer all inquires they receive directly to the seller. In most cases leads come in through email, but in some cases our brokers may receive calls. If a buyer says they are represented by and agent, they may suggest to them to have their agent call you and set up the showing. Keep… [Read The Article…]