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In 24 hours1 your home appears on the local MLS + realtor.com, Zillow, Trulia, Redfin, and more.
Easily add open houses and submit listing changes online.
All for only $95.2
|12 month MLS listing (free to cancel)|
|FREE call forwarding + info by text|
|FREE automatic email forwarding|
|FREE state and federal disclosures|
|FREE listing page|
|10 FREE listing changes|
|Unlimited photos on the MLS|
|Listed on Realtor.com, Redfin, Trulia, Zillow, more...|
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|No obligation to buy anything else|
|Protection of our Listing Agreement|
|Offer agents any commission you like|
We guarantee that homecoin is the fastest, safest, and easiest way to list your home on the MLS. If you don't agree, we'll refund you our fee.
|Free Comparable Sales||FREE|
|Free Home Value Report||FREE|
|Flat Fee MLS Listing||$95|
|Sign Post Rental||$99+|
|Free Sign (w/ Post Rental)||FREE|
|Free Open House Kit||FREE|
|Free FSBO Listing||FREE|
|Free Disclosures (w/ Flat Fee MLS Listing)||FREE|
|Forms Help (Standard)||Varies|
|Forms Help (Premium Seller)||Varies|
|Buyer Commission Rebate||25%-50%|
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Shouldn't everything be this simple?
* All prices vary by MLS or location. Click here to get exact pricing for your area.
No. Some websites get you to list through them and then send the listing to a broker in your area, who then emails you a listing agreement and all the actual MLS forms to complete. We DO NOT do this. On homecoin, you select the agent that completes your listing and you complete all the correct forms and listing agreement on our website. No slow, offline, funny business.
Yes, with homecoin you will always be listed on the same Multiple Listing Service (MLS) that local agents use. We show you up front which MLSs you can list on for a flat fee through our website (there are over 500 MLSs in the US). It is absolutely critical you list on the correct MLS, and some websites will list you on the wrong MLS. We do not accept listings for MLSs that we are not able to get you listed on.
Yes. If you are offering a fair commission through the MLS (typically 2-3%), buyer agents will certainly show your property. Buyer agents only avoid homes that are not offering a commission through the MLS. By using the MLS, you are making a contractual offer to those buyer agents and you can offer them any amount you like.
Yes. It is very important to understand how a flat fee MLS listing works and how much time other websites will take from you. To list on the MLS, a seller needs to complete at least two forms: 1) listing agreement, and 2) the
actual listing input form for the MLS.
Other websites will either a) collect generic property information that you provided about your home, have you pay, and then refer you to an agent who will send you the actual listing forms to complete / sign / scan / email, or b) use the information provided to complete the MLS listing, which is a tremendous disservice to you since all MLSs have very different fields to complete and your home will not be as visible if you cannot complete all the actual MLS fields.
Yes, they are extremely common. It is estimated that 20% of real estate sales do not use a commission based listing agent. The US Department of Justice has a large section of its website dedicated to informing consumers how much they can save by doing flat fee (aka fee for service)
The real estate industry would like you to think that the only way to sell a home is by paying a full 6% commission, but that is just not true. Flat fee agents and real estate agents that accept less than 6% commission are the norm. Home sellers can capture tremendous cost savings by understanding just a small amount of how real estate works (such as knowing they can list on the MLS for a flat fee).
For sale by owner (FSBO) means that you are not working with agents whatsoever, in any capacity. Only a real estate agent can list a property for a flat fee on the MLS, so you are technically no longer considered FSBO since
you paid the flat fee to have the property listed.
FSBO (not working with agents at all) is typically not successful because nearly 90% of buyers have an agent and that agent will only show your property if you are offering a commission through the MLS. Flat fee MLS solves that problem while still giving the seller a cost savings from not using a commission based listing agent. In addition, the seller may find a buyer who does not have an agent which allows them to effectively pay zero commission (except the original flat fee paid).
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Important Note: If we serve your state and are not a member of the local MLS, we can often place your home on a nearby MLS which is as effective as the local MLS. Contact us here if you have questions.
The Multiple Listing Service ("MLS") is an agent-only database where agents list
the properties that they have for sale. A commission can be offered in the
MLS to agents for producing the buyer.
There are over 700 different MLSs in the United States. It is CRITICAL that your home is listed on your local MLS.
1. The MLS enables a seller to offer a commission to buyers agents. If a commission is NOT offered, the buyer agent would have to ask their buyer to pay - this is a hard conversation that many buyer
agents will avoid if possible.
2. The MLS pushes home info to websites such as Realtor.com, Redfin, Zillow, Trulia, major brokerage sites, plus many others.
Simply put, if a seller pays a 6% commission to sell their home, typically half (3%) goes to the listing agent and half (3%) goes to the buyers agent.
When you offer a commission on the MLS, that offer is only for the agents who are members of that MLS. That is why you want to list on the LOCAL MLS, so you can attract local agents.
|Listing Agent||Buyer Agent||Total Cost|
|Full Service Listing||$12,000||$12,000||$24,000|
|Flat Fee Listing||$95 1||$0 - 12,000 2||$95 - 12,095 2|
In a "Flat Fee" listing, the seller pays an upfront fee (no commission) for an agent to list a home on the MLS.
The seller can still offer a commission to buyer agents.
1 Prices vary by MLS.
2 No commission paid if buyer does not have an agent.
Did you know that flat fee MLS listings are not
all the same? In every corner, there are shady agents looking to take
advantage of home sellers like you.
The law requires that you sign a Listing Agreement with an agent prior to listing on the MLS. We only use our attorney approved MLS Listing Agreement, which is set up to protect home sellers from agents who are trying to pull a fast one.
Highlights of our MLS Listing Agreement include:
We understand that you might not have time to always read the fine print - let us worry about that. homecoin is built upon being a champion for home sellers. We work to PROTECT YOU.
Not all websites that list you on the MLS are the same.
Every MLS’s listing forms are very different. We take each MLSs forms and enable them to be completed online so you can get your listing done fast.
Other sites ask for info that is not from the local MLS listing form. Once you submit your order to them, you will still need to fill out the actual MLS forms. Why are they wasting your time?
Once you select the MLS and Agent you want, you can complete all the forms online. E-signature and uploading photos as well.
Other sites take your order and then have an agent email you with the forms to fill out - better warm up the printer and scanner now...
Our listing agreement is setup to protect home sellers from any funny business. You can rest assured we are looking out for your best interests.
Other sites let agents use decide on the listing agreement to use. How can you be sure that the agreement protects you? Better get out the reading glasses and call for legal help...
Neither do we.
The agent that lists your home on the MLS rarely finds the buyer. They just wait for another agent to come along with a buyer and let them collect a commission that you pay.
You took all the risk in buying a home, why would you throw away your money by paying a fat commission to an agent, just for listing your home on the MLS?
"Consumers can save thousands of dollars in commissions (with a Flat Fee MLS listing)."
"It's way too easy to sell a home. homecoin is the future of home selling."
"I can see in my business that flat fee real estate is the way things are going to go."