home seller savings serviceThe Real Estate Savings Center Network introduces Home Sellers to the growing number of REALTORS® throughout the United States that offer the unbeatable combination of Professional Services with Substantial Savings.

All Real Estate Brokers and Agents at the Real Estate Savings Center Network have at least 5-years of Home Listing, Marketing, and Selling, as well as Professional Buyer Representation experience. Importantly, our Network Members do not have to pay any marketing fees or referral fees, so they can afford to make the Greatest Savings Offers when it comes to selling your home and keeping a lot more of your equity at closing.




 How much is my House Really Worth? Almost every Realtor offers a Free Comparative Market Analysis (CMA). Even if you know a good Realtor, it is a good idea to invite 3 Realtors over to see your property first-hand and to give you their personal opinions on how to price it, and how to get it ready for sale. Normally their estimates of Value will be close to the same if they are using the data on Homes that have Sold and that are currently on the market. Keep in mind that Buyer Agents and their Buyers also have access to the data so you homes value will be determined by how much a Buyer is willing to pay for it.      

Are Realtor Fees Really Negotiable? Yes!Some Realtors do Negotiate their Listing, Marketing, and Selling Fee and some do not. However a growing number of Realtors and Real Estate Companies put their Services and Fees right upfront on their Websites. Competition in the Real Estate Marketplace continues to Real Estate Agent Fees down. You will find some Realtors at The Real Estate Savings Center Network offer the old 6% Full Service Listing today for 4% or less, and other Network Members may offer an “ala Carte Menu” of services and fees for your to choose from. 

What are the Basic Costs to get my home sold using a Realtor? In addition to your Realtor’s Commission, their are a number of other costs associated with getting your home sold. Of course, the biggest cost of course is paying off your current mortgage if you have one. Updating your property to increase appeal and add value is usually a necessary cost, and almost any Home Inspector is going to find some replace and/or repair issues. Then, home staging and keeping the utilities on, particularly for vacant properties, can cost a pretty penny but can cut the time on the market.  Other closing costs can include a closing Attorney or Closing Service Provider, Transfer Fees, the Seller’s Share of HOA Fees and Property Taxes. Plus many buyers today will also ask for the Seller to pay for some of the Buyer’s Closing Costs, or ask for a decorator allowance if new flooring or painting is needed, or a Home Warranty to give the Buyer better peace of mind. And don’t forget the Landscaping and good looking Front Door Hardware to give Buyer’s the best First Impression.

What is the Average Time it takes to Get a Home Sold? – More than location, a home sale is dependent on Price, Condition, and how the home is marketed by the Realtor. De-cluttering the home and adding Professional Photography including Virtual Home Tours or Video are big pluses to getting a home sold because these are what the Buyers want and need to see. Realtors at The Real Estate Savings Center have a great deal of experience selling residential real estate and can hep you get your home ready for sale, get it sold within your time frame, and help ensure you keep more of your equity at closing .