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How do I list it on MLS after I have listed it on Zillow.com? I overlooked that option on Zillow?

  • October 13 2012 - La Puente
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Search 'flat fee MLS' on Google and you will find many companies that provide will place your home on the MLS for a small fee. These flat fee brokers unbundle the standard set of real estate services and charge for each of them individually, so the consumer can pick what they want to pay for and what they will handle themselves. Some brokers will charge $300+ for this MLS listing service, but it can easily be had for less than $100 (it is all basically the same). 

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  • February 15 2013
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A google search or look thru the phone book, a few calls and you might find a Local RE Agent who does Fee for Service.....

DOJ anti-trust website..Info on options for consumers

"Fee-for-Service Arrangements"

"Brokers willing to sell a subset of real estate brokerage services, often called fee-for-service brokers, have emerged throughout the country. Fee-for-service brokers "unbundle" the package of real estate services typically offered by traditional full-service real estate brokers and charge a set or hourly fee for specific services, such as listing the house in the MLS, negotiating or closing contracts, and pricing the home. These brokerage models typically enable consumers to save thousands of dollars by allowing them to purchase only those services they want.""

Fee for Service



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The only way I'm aware of is directly through a Realtor.  Some agents will post your listing in MLS for a flat fee.  Most other realtors are full-service and would charge the 6% total commission.  If you do the flat rate, you're on your own for negotiatons, all paperwork back n forth etc.  There is no representation.

Hope that helps.  Good luck.  Shayla Twit, Sarasota FL Realtor
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If you wish to use the option that Zillow links to for putting it on the owners.com flat fee listing service, open your profile and click on the blue words about MLS just below the thumbnail of your listing.  Owners.com is one of many options for flat fee listing services.


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The MLS service is available to Realtors who pay quarterly dues for the privilege of listing and using the service.  It is not available to the general public.

You can have your home listed by a listing service by paying a fee.  You can enter into a listing agreement with a local Realtor who will advertise your home in the MLS.

If you are selling your home yourself there are plenty of sites devoted to for sale by owner where you can make your home available.

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To be placed in your local multiple listing service, you will need to enter into a listing agreement with a member of that MLS.  There are hundreds of multiple listing services around the country, so make sure you are working with a company that is a member in your city.  If you need help identifying which multiple listing service serves your area, we can help.
  • October 13 2012
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