| by Kenneth Chase | 1 comment

NYC Flat Fee MLS Listing – How to List FSBO in NYC with a Flat Fee MLS Listing Package (2019)


At Hauseit, we make selling your New York
City property so much less expensive. Why pay 6% in commission to a listing agent
when you can easily sell on your own and save a hundred thousand dollars or more in commission? Our NYC Flat-Fee MLS listing package gives
FSBO sellers the exact same listing exposure as they’d receive by hiring a full-service
agent, but for a fraction of the cost. Hauseit’s New York City Flat Fee MLS listing
service lists your home on New York City’s most popular broker database, called RLS,
and a dozen sites like StreetEasy all at once. Because we use the same listing systems as
traditional, full-service agents, you will have identical exposure to buyers as you would
if you decided to pay 6% in commission. You can list FSBO in New York City with Hauseit
today by following two simple steps: Step One: Submit your listing details electronically
and order your listing package at www.hauseit.com Step Two: E-sign a Flat-Fee MLS listing agreement
to give our affiliate authorization to post your listing. Once you’ve completed these steps, your
listing will go live and begin appearing across all sites over 24 to 48 hours. Buyers and buyer’s agents will contact you
about your property to ask questions and request showings. As a FSBO seller, you will be expected to
manage the sale process from start to finish, including conducting open houses, reviewing
offers and negotiating with potential buyers. Don’t fall prey to the pressure of listing
agents who tell you that paying 6% is a requirement for selling your property in New York City. We’ve helped hundreds of NYC home owners
sell FSBO and save thousands in commissions. If they can do it, so can you. Visit www.hauseit.com to list FSBO and start
saving today!

1 Comment

Mike Zhou

Apr 4, 2018, 4:45 pm Reply

Thank god you guys exist. I've been told by so many agents that paying 6 percent is some sort of law. Apparently it is far from the case!

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