MLS Listings in Florida

Introduction

There are a number of real estate properties for sale in Florida at any given time. For those who are looking to sell a home, they will need to let the public know that their property is available. For those who are looking to buy a property, they will need to find a good place to find all available properties. In order for both parties to achieve their respective objective, they will benefit by using the multiple listing service. This is a directory of all homes that are currently being sold on the market. The best person to help you navigate your options with the multiple listing service is a real estate agent or broker. In the state of Florida, there are a number of quality properties on the multiple listing service. For those looking to sell a property, they will benefit by using companies such as Reozom.com. This company will provide sellers with market analysis, assistance with scheduling showings and also with a general listing of the property to sell. Continue reading

For Sale By Owner Listings in Michigan

Many people who are looking to sell a home will often enlist the services of a real estate agent or broker to complete this task for them. In most cases, realtors make the process easier as they will devote their efforts towards selling the home. While a realtor is very beneficial for many sellers, there are some people who prefer to sell a home by themselves. Whenever a person sells a home independently, they will list their property as a for sale by owner. This has been one of the emerging trends in recent years. Many people in the state of Michigan have looked to sell their homes without the assistance provided by a realtor. When looking to list a home as a for sale by owner, it will be important to consider a number of things. These include the types of homes sold, the price, size, condition and also on how to market the property. By focusing on these things, sellers will be in better position to sell their home in a timely manner as well as educating buyers about the property. Sellers who offer FSBO listings will benefit by using companies such as Reozom.com to help them with the process. Continue reading

Zillow Alternatives – Reozom and Other MLS Providers

If you’re thinking about selling your home, there are a variety of things to consider. For example, is for sale by owner a viable option, or should you enlist the services of a professional realtor. That said, if your goal is to save on realtor fees, listing and selling your home on your own might be a more attractive proposition. But what does this process entail, exactly? This is a common question that many homeowners have, and in this article, we will explore the tenets of selling your home without the aid of a professional realtor.

It should be noted that selling your home on your own does not absolve you from the task of listing and showing your home to prospective buyers; this is still a necessary, and critical, step for selling a home. However, if you have never sold a home, this process may seem daunting. Fortunately, there is a myriad of online services that can help streamline this process for you, Zillow being one most recognizable. Continue reading

Trulia Alternatives – Reozom and Other FSBO Listings

Trulia is an online platform that deals with the residential real estate for renters, home buyers, home sellers as well as the United States real estate professionals. Trulia forms one of the best sites in the online real estate business with some more new features hence, making it outstanding. The Trulia platform offers similar services like those of Zillow. Zillow used 43.5 billion to acquire Trulia in 2014. The company arranges properties for rent and sale including data and tools required in the process of home search. Trulia site will help locate your next home. The website presents a new resident info map that is not available anywhere else. The platform serves millions of users across the world who wants to sell or buy their homes within the United States. In addition to this, the company provides new updates on new rentals and houses that are fresh in the market, the price history of the homes as well as information on their affordability. Trulia platform not only serves the real estate sector but also offers the best instrument that conveys all the central statistics about properties. The main features of the platform include: Continue reading

For Sale By Owner Infographic – Selling your Own Home

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Selling a Home on your Own through Flat Fee MLS/FSBO Listings

I. Why sellers choose flat fee MLS/FSBO listings:

  1. The seller wants more control of the sales process
  2. The seller does not want pressure from a real estate agent demanding that they sell to anyone for any price.
  3. The seller prefers to save money on real estate fees.

II. How to sell your home on your own

  1. Cut out the middleman
  2. Get your property listed on an MLS
  3. Market your Listing

III. Why the popularity of MLS/For sale by owner has grown over the years

  1. According to MLS data, flat fee MLS listings sell faster than full commission listings sold by traditional realtors.
  2. For Sale by Owner (FSBO) users who list on MLS’ using an entry-only MLS listing end up selling their home on average for a higher price per square foot than homes sold by traditional full commission agents
  3. Flat Fee MLS listings allow homeowners who want to list by owner to save thousands of dollars in real estate commissions
  4. 2014 data available for a Massachusetts MLS system showed that 198 single family homes sold in 2014 across Massachusetts that have leveraged the entry only through MLS process (seller lists on the MLS for sale by owner without a realtor) carry an average days on market (DOM) of 89 and the average sales price per square was $213
  5. In contrast, 11,623 single family homes that were sold by traditional real estate agents charging a full commission where the average days on the market was 109, the average sales price per square foot was $205
  6. In 2014, on average, FSBO’s who listed their homes in MLS with an entry-only MLS listing have saved $10,790 in real estate agent commission
  7. In 1981, 22% of home buyers read newspaper ads to find a home and 8% used friends as information source. In 2016, 44% looked for properties online first. In today’s digital age, search for homes is done through apps and online listings to maximize the ability to compare homes on the market according to selected features.

Sources

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flat-fee_

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https://entryonlynewengland.com/2014-mls-statistics-show-entry-mls-benefits-fsbos/
https://www.nar.realtor/sites/default/files/reports/2017/2017-real-estate-in-a-digital-age-03-10-2017.pdf

 

 

Real Estate FAQ – Facts and More

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Please note: This article is provided for helpful purposes but should not be considered legal advice.

Introduction

With the exception of a few times in our history, real estate has always been one of the best investments out there. Whether it is a single-family home or a complex, you can’t go wrong with investing in real estate. So, to get involved in this extraordinary market, there are different questions that people who are interested in this market have. And thus, the following includes real estate FAQs and their answers:

Are real estate agents self-employed

Most real estate agents are self-employed. They can set their own schedules even though the hours are often irregular. Other than that, other real estate agents work for companies. When they work for a real estate company, they pretty much have a certain level of freedom in handling their jobs, but they still must abide by the company’s constraints.

Are real estate deposits refundable

It depends. First, it’s vital to read the contract to see the bottom line concerning the refund of the deposit because you may or may not be able to get a refund. Even if the buyer is displeased with the home inspection, he/she can’t get the deposit unless the seller agrees to the deposit refund. The seller can deny the deposit release if he/she feels the buyer didn’t act in good faith in attempting to satisfy the condition whether it is a condo status certificate, financing, or a home inspection.
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Above and Beyond Real Estate Technology

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Reozom identifies as a real estate technology company, but that doesn’t mean our team consists of a bunch of robots! Here at Reozom, we care about our buyers and sellers and we do all that we can to help their real estate transactions be successful ones.

Here are a few ways Reozom goes above and beyond:

1. Top Notch Customer Care Team
Reozom has a dedicated and driven Customer Care team that is available online or by phone to help you with anything you may need. Whether you have a question or want to know more about Reozom, they can give you any answer or assistance.

Reach out to them at support@reozom.com or call (810) 987-1100. They are always happy to help!

2. Social Media Presence & Marketing
Reozom is active on multiple social media channels, which helps grow the pool of potential buyers for our sellers. We post on social media daily and also post every single listing on our Facebook page. Our team knows that our social media audience is mainly Millennials, which is great for our sellers because Millennials make up the majority of buyers on the market.

We have created marketing campaigns that highlight our seller’s listings such as our #ReozomHome of the Week campaign. Every week we feature a Reozom listing and post it on all of our social media channels.

3. Quality Platform and Design
Our awesome and incredibly talented development team works every day to build Reozom into a stronger and better platform. We have put a lot of focus in making the Reozom experience as effortless and intuitive as possible.

Plus, we pay attention to detail. Our development team designed our listing pages to accentuate the property photos and provide simple navigation. An online listing page is often the buyer’s first impression of the home, so having a gorgeous site design was very important to us.

Reozom is a tech company that is ran by a team with a lot of heart. Our team always has our user’s best interest in mind. We are here to make your real estate experience a better one!

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3 Real Estate Improvements to Bring in the Buyers

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The reality of real estate right now is that buyers want move-in ready homes. The majority of buyers in the market are Millennials and this generation is used to getting exactly what they want when they want it.

Reozom, the online real estate transaction platform, has an online social audience that is mainly Millennials and Gen X-er’s (which is awesome for our sellers!). Because of this, we know what these buyers are looking for.

Basically, if your kitchen or yard is “on fleek”… you will attract a lot of buyers. Current buyers in the market are drawn to surface-level qualities of a home. This is actually a good thing for sellers because most of these improvements are quick fixes that can be done easily and inexpensively.

Here are 3 home improvement ideas that will make any buyer do a double-take:

1. Fresh Paint & New Carpet
There’s nothing closer to pressing the reset button than freshly painted walls and newly carpeted floors. Not only does this add a clean vibe to the house, it is very appealing to buyers. It makes the home feel like a blank canvas for them to make their own.

Even better, this fix can be decently cheap. You can often find great deals on paint and carpeting. If you don’t mind putting in a little work yourself, the project will cost even less!

2. Stainless Steel Appliances
So, it’s not news that buyers LOVE stainless steel appliances. Updated kitchens can make a huge impression for buyers. They really love granite countertops, but if you’re not looking to do a total kitchen overhaul, getting stainless steel appliances will boost the appeal with very little effort on your end.

Stainless steel appliances often go on sale at places like Lowe’s and Home Depot, so keep your eyes peeled!

3. A Landscaped Yard
Curb appeal is still a very real thing. A picture of the house and yard itself is usually the first photo shown on an online listing page. The home’s yard can have a major impact on the buyer’s initial impression of the property (in-person and online). Taking a Sunday to plant some flowers will absolutely be worth it.

If you are thinking of adding some trees or shrubs in the yard, keep in mind that buyers are also looking for little upkeep. Plant trees that don’t require a ton of trimming and maintenance.

All of these quick improvements can help move your home off the market fast!

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3 Ways Reozom’s Technology Solves Real Estate Transaction Pains

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When we say “real estate transaction,” you then probably think of all the stresses that come along with it. It usually involves playing waiting games, figuring out confusing paper documents and then having to negotiate the deal.

It’s no wonder that many of us hire a real estate agent to help us out. But that was before the technology of Reozom‘s online real estate transaction platform. Reozom is intuitive, easy to use and best of all, it can save you thousands of dollars on expensive commission fees.

Here are the top 3 perks that Reozom provides for the home buyer and seller, so they no longer have to deal with the pains of real estate.

1. Instant Gratification
A residential property can be listed on Reozom in under an hour. Reozom then blasts it off to be marketed on other major sites like the MLS, Zillow, Trulia and Realtor.com. It could take 3-7 days for you to see a listing live online when going the traditional route.

Buyers can also schedule showings directly on Reozom within seconds. Typically, the buyer will find a listing online that they like and call their real estate agent to tell them they want to see it. The buyer’s agent then has to call the listing agent and then the listing agent needs to call the seller… so on and so forth.

With Reozom, that’s no longer the case. We connect the buyer and seller directly, so showings can be scheduled with a couple clicks.

2. Effortless Paperwork
People are usually pretty intimidated by the “paperwork” that comes along with real estate transactions. When listing a house through Reozom, the seller will complete all of the legal documents while being guided through our simple, online listing process. All of the documents auto-populate and can be signed electronically by the user upon submitting their listing.

As for all of the other paperwork you may be thinking of, that’s mainly completed by your title company. So make sure you find a great title rep that can help you out.

3. Streamlined Negotiation
Negotiating can sometimes be tough, especially if you’re not used to doing it. On Reozom, buyers can submit offers directly to a seller through our platform. Sellers can then decline, counter or accept the offer without ever having to pick up the phone.

Once the offer is accepted, a Purchase Agreement automatically generates so you can email it to your mortgage and title reps. It’s as close to effortless as you can get.

Reozom‘s purpose is to leverage technology so real estate is easier, faster and more affordable for YOU. Learn more about us by following our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!

The Top 3 Technologies Impacting the Real Estate Industry

The real estate industry is facing major transformation thanks to technology.

But don’t be alarmed, technology is making the industry easier, faster and stronger than ever.

Here are the Top 3 Technologies that are impacting the world of real estate for the better.

Online Transaction Platforms
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 We don’t mean to toot our own horn here, but technology like Reozom is completely changing the way real estate is done. Our platform keeps the buyer and the seller connected in the same place throughout the entire transaction.

Reozom makes the (typically stressful) real estate process much easier for everyone involved, including real estate agents. Users can list properties, browse pics, chat with each other, schedule showings and send offers from the luxury of their laptop.

Oh, and all those legal disclosures to sign? That’s done on our platform, too.

Thanks to Reozom’s technology, the buying and selling of a home is more streamlined than ever before. Not to mention, Reozom eliminates expensive commission fees, which saves people thousands of dollars.

Virtual Reality
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Real estate is second on the list of industries being transformed by virtual reality. We are guessing that you can imagine why. Pretty soon, people will buy a Google Cardboard, stick their phone in it and take a virtual tour of any home they’re interested in (even if it’s on the other side of the world).

Virtual reality will save time, money and gas. Who would have thought that real estate teaming up with technology would be so eco-friendly?

Drones
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 To be honest, we’re not expecting drones to do too much for the real estate industry aside from taking stellar bird’s eye property photos and videos.

But drones are awesome and who wouldn’t want one? Taking beyond impressive images of your property is a great excuse to get your hands on the drone of your dreams. The better the property photos the faster the sale, right?

Plus, buying a drone wouldn’t even put a dent in the thousands you save from using Reozom. Just don’t crash it into your new neighbor’s house after you move…

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Selling Real Estate with Social Media

Along with marketing property listings on all of the major sites like the MLS, Zillow, Trulia and Realtor.com, the online real estate transaction platform, Reozom, also posts each listing on Facebook.

When sellers share Reozom’s post onto their own Facebook page, the number of people the listing reaches grows exponentially.

Rather than giving you the facts about Facebook, today we are going to share a real life example of what happens when a Reozom user shares their listing on the most popular social network.

Just a week ago, a Reozom seller shared their listing from Reozom’s Facebook page on the day it was posted. Their family and friends then shared the post, as well.

According to Facebook analytics, by the end of the day, this post had 600 click-throughs (meaning 600 people visited the listing’s page directly from Facebook). According to Reozom’s analytics, this listing had a total of 699 visits that day.

Which means, YOU GOT IT, a majority of that listing’s traffic came from FACEBOOK on its first day of being posted. Not to mention, this property then had a showing the same weekend it was listed.

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So get on Facebook and share your listing today. Encourage your family and friends to help out and give it a share, too.

Make sure to include the hashtag #ReozomHome in your post for the opportunity to be selected as the Reozom Home of the Week. If chosen, your listing will be featured in a custom social media post that’s shared on ALL of Reozom’s social media channels!

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A Tech Tool for Real Estate Agents

Reozom is a great online tool for real estate agents. In fact, this past month we had over 187 agents register on our platform.

In less than a year’s time, we’ve had 1,028 agents sign up on Reozom. Our real estate transaction platform offers an online listing process that markets properties on the MLS, Zillow, Trulia and Realtor.com. Reozom keeps the buyer, seller and agents connected within the same platform throughout the entire real estate transaction.

Here’s why Reozom is a must-use tool for real estate agents:

It’s Easy.
Registering on Reozom only takes a few minutes. Once registered, agents can search for a Reozom listing and instantly schedule a showing appointment with the seller directly on the site. This means no more frustrating phone tag for anyone.

Other platforms can be tough to use and learn. Reozom is intuitive and simple to navigate. It’s as easy as using Facebook.

It’s Quick.
Real estate agents can send messages to sellers or even call them directly. Many Reozom sellers choose to receive instant notifications via email or text, so they can respond to inquiries quickly. Our platform accelerates communication.

It’s Innovative.
Reozom offers streamlined solutions that are unmatched by any other real estate platform out there. Offers are made and negotiated online, making the process faster and less personal. Upon a deal being reached, a Purchase Agreement is automatically generated and ready to send to the mortgage or title rep.

If you’re a real estate agent, try out Reozom today. It’s free and you’ll be glad you made the connect!

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Smarten Up Your Home to Attract Millennial Buyers

Millennials make up the largest group of buyers in the current real estate market.

This generation was raised on technology. These buyers not only like to use a real estate technology platform like Reozom to search for property listings, they also have their eyes peeled for the “tech-ed out” homes on the market.

Here are three smart home technologies that will impress any Millennial who’s shopping for their new home.

A Smart Thermostat

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Millennials are not only tech-savvy, they also love “going green.” Nest is a smart thermostat that can be controlled from a smartphone. It is programmed to learn a homeowner’s daily routine and adjusts the home’s temperature accordingly.

It has sensors that keep track of when a home is empty and will use less energy while no one is there. Plus, Nest can save a homeowner up to 20% in their heating and cooling bills.

Smart Lights

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A smart lighting system like the Philips Hue white and color ambiance starter kit not only allows you to turn lights on and off from your smartphone, but also saves on the electric bill.

Not to mention, it’s great for creating a relaxing ambience or setting a fun vibe while entertaining.

 Smart Locks

smarttech-04Millennials want as little as possible to keep track of, including keys. The Kevo Smart Lock is a keyless system that allows a user’s smartphone to unlock the door to your home. This product will also impress the 48% of homebuyers who are interested in smart technology that’s related to security and safety.

Smart locks make it easier for you to grant a buyer’s agent access to your home after they schedule a showing with you directly on Reozom.

Implementing one or all of these smart technologies in your home could help with getting the Millennials to line up for your listing.

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What Home Buyers Love About Online Real Estate

The very first step among almost all home buyers is to look online to find their new home.

Plopping down on the couch with their laptop to search for real estate is easy and convenient for buyers. Using a tech platform like Reozom makes the experience even better for them.

Reozom caters to a buyer’s wants and needs in order for our homeowner’s listings to sell faster.

Where Buyers Search

Buyers will typically start their online search using Zillow, Trulia or Realtor.com, all of which Reozom listings are on. Reozom also posts listings on the local MLS, so if the buyers have an agent, it will be in front of them, as well.

What Buyers Like

For the third consecutive year, Millennials made up the dominant group of home buyers at 35%. Gen X came in at 26%. These generations LOVE technology and they LOVE pictures.

In fact, 90% of buyers found property photos to be the most important part of a listing’s web page. That’s why Reozom’s listing pages are designed with photos that are prominent and easy to click-through.

How Buyers Think

We live in an on demand world. When a buyer finds a listing online that they love, they want to see it in person ASAP. On Reozom, buyers can schedule a showing in seconds directly on the site. It’s instant gratification.

Buyers also might want to learn more about the listing right at that moment. They can do that by chatting live with a seller who’s online or by sending a message to the seller.

Overall, engaged buyers lead to satisfied sellers. That’s Reozom’s way of doing real estate.

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(information source: 2016 Home Buyer and Seller Generational Trends report)

Facts Behind the Myth: Real Estate Agents & “Paperwork”

Common Question:

“But… if I don’t have a real estate agent, who’s going to do all of the paperwork?”

Honest Answer:
Your real estate agent doesn’t really do that much paperwork… at all.

In fact when using Reozom, a real estate tech platform and online flat fee broker, sellers complete all of the required “paperwork” electronically and intuitively. They are able to do this because using Reozom is as easy as using Facebook.

You are paying your real estate agent thousands of dollars to do a task that you can do online while watching a 30-minute episode of a Netflix series.

It’s a total myth that real estate agents do a lot of paperwork. A real estate agent is responsible for completing listing documents and a purchase agreement (upon the acceptance of an offer). That’s it.

During Reozom’s streamlined listing process, you are guided step-by-step through each document as if you are filling out any other online application. Legal disclosures are also completed. Reozom covers it all.

Now you may be thinking, “But wait, I still don’t know how to fill out a listing document…”

Nobody knows your home better than you. With the use of Reozom’s technology, you can complete this “paperwork” all on your own without ever picking up a pen.

Still have doubts? Try answering these questions below:

How many cars fit in your garage?
How many rooms are in your house?
Does your dishwasher currently work?
Has there been evidence of water in your basement?
Does your roof leak?

Knew all the answers, didn’t you?
You can totally do this.

Even better, Reozom automatically generates a Purchase Agreement for you after you accept an offer directly through our platform. You don’t even have to think. It’s immediately ready for you to send off to your title rep.

Which brings us to the real paperwork aka the title work. Your title representative is in charge of handling all of your closing documents (you know, that large stack of paper that you sign before getting the keys). Your real estate agent has nothing to do with these documents.

Simply put, when using Reozom you’ll fill out a few easy online forms and your property will get marketed on all of the major sites like the MLS, ZillowTrulia and Realtor.com.

Thousands of dollars will be saved… along with a lot trees, too.

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Share Your Listing on Facebook & Reach Buyers Instantly

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Just as Reozom is the new way of real estate, Facebook is the new word of mouth.

As an online flat fee broker and a real estate transaction platform, Reozom leverages technology as much as possible, including social media.

Our Reozom team posts every single one of our listings on Facebook. This immediately gets our seller’s property in front of Reozom’s growing Facebook community, while also giving our sellers the opportunity to easily Share their listing onto their own page.

Why Share your listing on Facebook?

Sharing your listing on Facebook gets the word out fast that your home is up for sale. Your listing’s Facebook post is basically a modern day property sign.

The average American has 350 Facebook friends. Combined with Reozom’s following and your own friends, upon being shared, your listing instantly gets in front of an average of 1,000 people.

 Not to mention, Millennials (Gen Y) make up the largest share of home buyers at 32%. And 91% of Millennials use Facebook.

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Ask your family & friends to Share it, too!

Recently, a Reozom seller shared her listing’s Facebook post and five of her Facebook friends followed suit.

In just one day, her listing got 1,559 views. Even better, Reozom’s analytics showed that 40 people were actually viewing her property online at the same time!

If 3-5 of your family or friends shared your listing, it could potentially reach 3,500+ people in just one day. The more friends you ask to share your listing, the better!

To Share your listing’s Facebook post: 

Click the Share button within Reozom’s post of your listing
Press “Share Post Now”

And you’re DONE. The listing is now posted on your newsfeed.

If you want to write something specific about your listing:
Click the Share button on Reozom’s post
Select “Share…”
Write your description
Click the “Post” button

Reozom’s team cannot encourage our sellers enough to take action and share your listing on Facebook. It will be a few seconds very well spent!!!

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Sources:

  • Infinite Dial 2014 report by Edison Research and Triton Digital
  • 2015 National Association of Realtors Home Buyer and Seller Generational Trends
  • By the Numbers: 200+ Amazing Facebook Statistics
    ExpandedRamblings.com, February 2016, Craig Smith

How to Get Your House Ready to Show

More than 90% of buyers go online to look for their new home. As an online real estate platform, Reozom has Michigan’s sellers covered by getting their listings on all of the major sites like the MLS, ZillowTrulia and Realtor.com.

One of the biggest letdowns for a buyer is loving a house based on its property photos to then discover that the home looks completely different in person. Awesome property photos and a great showing experience are both necessary for a successful (and fast) sale.

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How to Price Your House

With the information and technology that’s readily available, homeowners no longer need a Realtor to set the right asking price for their house. Reozom, an online real estate platform, empowers sellers to save thousands of dollars in their real estate transaction by eliminating costly agent commissions. Through Reozom’s tech capabilities, homeowners across the state of Michigan and Florida can list their home properly and quickly with minimal effort, without an agent.

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Do I lose my right to Sell by Owner if I list through a flat fee broker?

The short answer is absolutely not. Simply put, you’re paying that broker to gain access to your local  MLS as a means to get the same exact advertisement as if your property was listed with a full cost  traditional broker / realtor. The type of contract entered into with a flat fee broker is known as an  Exclusive Agency Contract, otherwise known as a Limited Service Listing Agreement. An exclusive agency  contract allows for the seller to sell their property on their own without having to pay the listing broker  a commission and can be cancelled at any time without any type of monetary consequence. Continue reading

Save Money when Selling Your Home

At some point during your life you want to sell your house and move into a new place. This type of changes can appear suddenly in your life, so you must make sure that you have the proper way of dealing with them. However, selling your house is not that easy if you want to do it on your own, and if you hire a real estate agent he will usually charge you around 3% of the whole house value, which literally means thousands.

What a real estate agent does is that he lists the house on an MLS and that’s it, without actually doing anything else and leaving those channels to promote the house for him.

If you do want to sell your house faster and literally save thousands of dollars, then you need to use the Flat-fee MLS website http://www.reozom.com/. Reozom has been specifically created to help people sell their house much easier, but instead of asking for the 3% of the house sales, you will just have to pay a small, flat rate of $395 for exactly the same service.

Reozom basically replaces the real estate service as it lists your house in multiple locations so buyers will immediately come and ask for your home. The best part is that you have to take a few minutes to become a member at Reozom, upload some images and fill out a few forms on Reozom.com, then the team will take care of the rest for you. When interested people contact you about your house, you will have the opportunity to deal with them directly and negotiate what’s best for both parties. Continue reading