Have you been thinking about selling your home, but don’t want to pay thousands in commissions? Or, perhaps, you are searching for a new home online and keep running across the term “FSBO”.
FSBO is a For Sale By Owner listing. This is when the owner is chooses to sell the home themselves without using a real estate agent. FBSO listings are usually not listed on most brokerage websites and are not included on the MLS. Most people that choose to sell their home on their own do so for the financial implications.
When a home owner sells a home using a real estate agent, they typically wind up paying about 6% of the home sale price in real estate commissions. These homeowners believe they can sell the home themselves and save a ton of money. Many of these owners advertise their home locally. Or through newspapers or even just in local housing sections of the newspapers. Or by word-of-mouth to other people they know.
There are some risks and challenges to selling a home as a for sale by owner. There are also other alternatives to either an FSBO or a real estate agent.
It’s up to you to decide which option works best for you. But having expert guidance can help you get the best “bang for your buck” to reduce your stress and sell for a great price without paying traditional agent commissions.
Trelora is an alternative that will get you all the benefits you see when using a traditional agent (professional photography, MLS listing, expert guidance, etc). And it’s all for one flat fee of $3,000 in Colorado and $4,000 in Washington. It’s the best of both worlds.
Trelora real estate serves the Colorado Front Range, Summit County and Seattle Metro Area and our mission is simple: full service real estate for a fraction of the cost. When you hire a traditional agent to help you buy or sell your home, man cave or no, you pay that agent 3-6% of the home’s value.
When you hire Trelora, you pay one flat fee rather than a variable commission on the price of your home. You’ll also get best-in-class customer service. A team of expert agents who close hundreds of deals per year. And a proprietary technology platform that puts you in the driver’s seat and an average refund of $13,500 in Colorado and $18,000 in Seattle.
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