Yes, Flat Fee Realty is a licensed broker in Connecticut. In states where we are not licensed we partner with flat fee listing brokers, licensed in your state, to handle your MLS listing.
Using our Flat Fee MLS listing program, services are limited to listing the property on the MLS. You provide the property information and photos, then complete the listing agreement, and our Flat Fee Listing broker will setup your MLS listing. Our only responsibility is to maintain your MLS listing. If you feel that you need… [Read The Article…]
Yes, real estate agents do not work for free. To be listed in the MLS, you must offer a commission to the agent who represents the buyer (the “cooperating broker” or “selling agent”). If a real estate agent presents an accepted offer and it goes to closing, you must pay the commission offered on the… [Read The Article…]
No, You should consider hiring a traditional local broker who specializes in commercial properties. We are not aware of any “flat fee” commercial brokerages.
We have discontinued listing rental properties and would recommend hiring a traditional broker for this type of listing.