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MLS Basics

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The Multiple Listing Service ("MLS") is an agent-only database where agents list homes for sale and offer other agents a commission for finding a buyer. You can list on the MLS without paying a commission using Learn more about the MLS.

Why the MLS is important.

1. The MLS enables a seller to offer a commission to buyers agents. Agents will typically not go to homes where a commission is not offered.

2. The MLS pushes home info to websites such as, Redfin, Zillow, Trulia, major brokerage sites, plus many others.

How commissions work on the MLS.

Simply put, when a seller pays a 6% commission to sell their home, half (3%) goes to the listing agent and half (3%) goes to the buyers agent.

Note that a 6% commission is not set in stone. The typical commission is 5.4% and will vary based on home value.

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