Discount Brokers Can Make Selling a Home Less Costly.
Unfortunately, Oregon is one of 10 states that currently do not allow real estate rebates also known as Agent Commission Splits. The U.S. Department of Justice would like to see Oregon change its law.
The Oregon Real Estate Savings Center currently serves these areas:
PORTLAND – SALEM – EUGENE
Oregon law requires real estate brokers to present written offers, written notices, and other written communications to and from the parties in a timely manner, even if consumers do not wish to buy these services.
Oregon law prohibits real estate brokers from paying part of their commission to unlicensed persons. As a result, because consumers do not have real estate licenses, Oregon law prevents them from receiving rebates. Oregon consumers are unable to benefit from rebates that consumers in other states may receive.
However, Oregon real estate savings may be available in the form or MLS Listing Fee Discounts, FSBO or Flat Fee MLS Services, and Fee for Service Realtor Plans.
You can remain anonymous while reviewing Oregon Real Estate Savings plans on the websites of Realtors and other real estate service providers if we can find them in your area of interest. Then whenever you are ready, you can easily request Real Estate Savings Offers from any and all local REALTORS® that we have located and qualified as Members of The Real Estate Savings Center Network.
We activate local Cities, Counties, Parishes, and Boroughs by request and only after we have located and qualified real estate professionals who we believe can offer you Full Service plus Significant Savings. If can’t locate them, they likely are not available in the area.
If your area is not yet active, you can request the activation of any of the following areas and we will see if we can locate one or more highly rated Realtors who do offer consumers Oregon Real Estate Savings and a better deal compared to more traditional real estate Agents.
Thank you for activating any of these Oregon Real Estate Savings Centers