Wednesday, December 28, 2016
How to List Your Home on the MLS
You have decided on your listing price, have a sign in your front yard and decluttered your home to sell. However one thing is missing- you need to get listed on the MLS. If you have ever bought, sold or even just looking for a home you have heard of the three letters- MLS. Real Estate seems to start and end with the MLS.
The MLS, which stands for Multiple Listing Service, is an agent only database. This database has many functions, the primary one being listing homes for sale that syndicate to third party sites. Once an agents lists a home on the MLS the listing will syndicate to all major website most buyers are searching.
Traditionally, agents charge 3% of the sales price to list a home on the MLS. Rediculous, right?! Well Savvy Lane pioneering the technology enabled real estate brokerage and eliminating ridiculously high commissions for traditional real estate agents, all while putting excellent customer service at the forefront of their business model. Savvy Lane understands that commissions are not one size fits all, and all buyers and sellers have different needs. You can sit your home as little as $95 on the MLS with the technology Savvy Lane provides.