Major complaints about flat fee listing!

Dated: April 8 2019

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One major complaint about flat fee listing is that people wrongfully assume that the fee is the only thing they will need to pay. However, many times that flat fee is the bare minimum, and often you'll eventually need more services to get a home sold. Therefore, a homeowner will need to buy the extras that the vendor offers racking up the price of the listing.


In some cases this can limit a person’s ability to sell their home because they want to cap their a la carte services when the costs becomes more than they originally expected.


Part of the economical value of flat fee listings is that the homeowner does the heavy lifting. If you’re not savvy on staging your home or holding an open house, you may find this part cumbersome without the aid of a full service realtor or broker. Many real estate agents will also pre-screen potential buyers to ensure they meet the minimum qualification standards before showing your home.

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