Best Flat Fee MLS Austin Tx Companies
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Best Flat Fee MLS Austin Tx Companies

Austin homeowners have hit the property market jackpot. Like every other city in Texas, homes in Austin have benefited from the state's sudden flourishing housing market. Plummeting inventory combined with superior value for money means out-of-state buyers are likely to continue scooping up property in the city. With a market like this, it's hard to see the value in a real estate agent, as it's not the agent's expertise that's helping you offload your home, rather, it's the white-hot market and owning a home in one of America's most sought-after locations.

But, if you're not going to use a real estate agent, you still need to use a flat fee MLS as these companies give you access to buying agents -- and typically, sites like Zillow and Trulia -- allowing you to get legitimate interest from serious sellers.

Houzeo has transformed the Flat Fee MLS listing Austin, tx market since launching. It's elevated the rather old-school style of FSBO sales with digital conveniences that enable sellers to:

Sell directly to buyers with ease.
● Submit counter offers online.
● Select a buyer agent commission that suits their budget and objectives.
● Schedule listings, and
● Sign documents digitally and securely.

Of course, these aren't the only benefits that Houzeo offers Austin sellers. However, these are just some of the features they've implemented that make the service more valuable than others in the industry, as it allows you to save time selling your home.
Beyond their convenience and marketing features, Houzeo also enables you to upload the maximum amount of pictures to the MLS, a 6-month listing, and syndication to major Austin MLS and Zillow and Redfin.

Flat Fee Group
Flat Fee Group is one of the pricier flat fee MLS companies available to Texas sellers. However, their price tag is justifiable considering they offer a hybrid of flat fee MLS with a full-service realtor. Using Flat Fee Group, you can get your home on the MLS in 24 hours, a 12-month listing, and you can upload 50 images to the MLS.

Flat Fee Group also ships you the lockbox and for sale sign. Austin sellers who list with Flat Fee Group:

● Get a real estate agent who will virtually advise them through the process.
● Have a real estate agent handle negotiations, and compile comps for the property.

Flat Fee Group can be a perfect option for those who want a full-service agent, but also still want control of their sale.

Creekview Realty
Catering to locals, Creekview Realty is a flat fee MLS Austin, Tx sellers use because of their focus on the local market. Creekview Realty only operates in Austin, Dallas, Fortworth, San Antonio, and Houston, and while they may be on the pricier side -- starting at $600 for a six-month listing -- they are more hands-on. Some of their best features include:

● Supplying sellers with all the necessary paperwork.
● Full representation.
● Assistance with negotiations.
If you want a full-service real estate agent, without the full-service commission, Creekview Realty is the ideal option.

Flat Fee By You
Flat Fee By You is a flat fee MLS Austin, Tx sellers will appreciate, especially if they're looking to save money on the process. Flat Fee By You is the most cost-effective Flat Fee MLS available. They offer a package for $45 that enables sellers to:

● Get listed on the MLS in 24 hours.
● Upload six property pictures.
● Syndicate their properties to Austin MLS and Zillow, Trulia, and Realtor.
● List their properties for a six-month term.
● Contact support via email, SMS, and phone.
Their service works well for wholesale sellers and seasoned sellers who are selling land.

Congress Realty
Congress Realty offers Texas sellers a tier system that enables them to select how much assistance they want when selling their property.

This gives you control of your spending and the level of service you require based on your experience selling homes.

First-time sellers, for example, will appreciate Congress Realty's full-service option for $399 upfront and 0.5% at closing. However, sellers with more experience can forgo the 0.5% closing commission and do more of the work themselves.

Beyond the greater selection of pricing packages, Congress Realty also offers:

● Six-month listing term.
● Access to state and federal disclosures.
● Syndication to the MLS, Zillow, and Trulia.
● Control over buyer agent commission.

Given the sheer number of Flat Fee MLS sellers have access to, there isn't a need to use a real estate agent. Instead, sellers can save a significant amount of cash and keep most of the profits from the sale without the help of a real estate agent. Because, in the Texas real estate market, it's not the prowess of an agent that ensures the home is sold, rather, it's location, location, location.

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