buyers agent commissions
Flat Fee MLS, Real Estate Commissions

Do I need to offer 3% to a buyer’s agent when listing flat fee MLS?

Regardless of the offered buyer’s agent commission or compensation, that agent will protect their buyer’s best interest and show the home. We recommend paying 2.5% commission to the buyer’s agent. The buyer’s agent may say the discounted real estate commission is too low or try to dissuade the buyer because the listing type is FSBO or limited service listing. Always…

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FHA, Mortgage

Federal Government Aids Victims in Designated Disaster Areas

Purpose: Through Section 203(h), the Federal Government helps victims in Presidentially designated disaster areas recover by making it easier for them to get mortgages and become homeowners or re-establish themselves as homeowners. Type of Assistance: This program provides mortgage insurance to protect lenders against the risk of default on mortgages to qualified disaster victims. Individuals are eligible for this program…

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FEMA, Hurricane Preparedness

Was your property affected by Hurricane Irma?

Was your property affected by Hurricane Irma?  The State of Florida has been declared a National Disaster area, with many counties declared as a Federal Disaster area. Many people are still without power throughout the state, including elderly, hospitals and nursing homes. If you were affected by Hurricane Irma, you have options that can help: FEMA announced on Wednesday that…

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Flat Fee MLS

Flat Fee MLS Listing Service Agreements

Florida Flat Fee MLS listing service agreements…read the fine print or be held hostage! Do Florida FSBO sellers really know what they are signing before they list their homes using a Florida flat fee MLS listing service that may not really be a Florida based company? Where are your buyer-leads going from Internet marketing such as Realtor.com, Homes.com and other…

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