Many have asked, "How are you different from a traditional REALTOR®?" Being that our name TRELORA is the word "REALTOR®" jumbled up, we'd like to tell you just how different (and better) we are for you when you're selling your next home.
Below is a sample Listing Agreement our sellers sign to reference as we explain the stark differences (and similarities) when it comes to service, pricing and contract terms. Bear with us - we tried to keep this short, but there's too many awesome things about TRELORA.
With TRELORA, you’ll always receive first-rate service. Your home will be marketed, added to the MLS and your showings will be managed by us. You will get the best price for your home with our expert negotiating skills and we’ll walk you through the inspection, appraisal and closing better than any other REALTOR® you’ll speak with. Read our reviews on Google, Facebook, BBB, Zillow or Yelp.
- Check out sections 4. BROKERAGE RELATIONSHIP, 5. BROKERAGE DUTIES, 6. ADDITIONAL DUTIES OF SELLER’S AGENT and 9. OTHER BROKERS’ ASSISTANCE, MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICES AND MARKETING
PRICING YOUR HOME
TRELORA's Home Advisor Agents, our pricing experts, price approximately 800 homes per year and will always get you the most money in the sale of your home.
- Check out section 11. PRICE AND TERMS
SELLER’S AGENT COMMISSION
With us, you’ll pay one flat fee instead of the “traditional commission” amounting to 3% of your home price. That’s $12,000 on a $400,000 home. At that rate, you’ll save $9,500 with our flat fee of $2,500.
Check out section 7. COMPENSATION TO BROKERAGE FIRM
BUYER’S AGENT COMMISSION
TRELORA allows you to decide, with our advice and guidance, how much commssion the buyer's agent should be paid. Traditionally it's set to 3% of your home price, but it doesn't have to be that way. If you offered $2,500 to a buyer’s agent instead, you'd save another $9,500 on the sale of a $400,000 home. Keep in mind, buyer’s agents’ commissions are negotiable.
Check out section 7.2. Cooperative Broker Compensation
LISTING TERM AGREEMENT
Unlike traditional REALTORS® who typically make you sign a 6-month listing agreement and add a holdover clause of 30 days (which means you can’t list with anyone else for a certain period of time), there are no risks or hidden long-term liabilities with TRELORA. You can terminate at any time for any reason - no questions asked, no further obligations.
- Check out section 28. ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS
TRELORA is the smart way to buy and sell real estate. When considering your options, use these facts to make sure you are protected when you sell your home. Learn more tips on how to interview a REALTOR® here. Remember, all commissions and listing terms are negotiable.