Flat Fee MLS Reviews
If you look around the Internet to see which flat fee listing reviews to see which is the best service you won’t find much information on this topic. When you find reviews they will often be fake nor do they say much about the support and service received for the flat fee MLS service. It is against the law to create fake review or testimonials, but most services are rarely ethical. Once in a while you will see someone writing a blog post about a great flat fee listing service they used, but more often than not, the person was paid to post the flat fee MLS review/ experience. Paid posting is too common and should not be done, however, a news article linking to a service is fair, but don’t put too much into the news article. If reading about a service, contact them directly before you sign a listing agreement for a flat fee MLS listing.
How to find a Flat Fee MLS service?
The best way the find a reputable Flat Fee MLS service is to ask the Flat Fee MLS service for referrals. They should be able to give you current and past sellers contact information. Asking current sellers is a great way to learn about the flat fee MLS’ customer service. Real estate is a 7 day a week profession and services need to make sure they get leads to FSBO sellers as they come in. This means, when a lead comes in via email, phone or voicemail, the flat fee MLS service should make sure to get the lead into you hands as soon as possible. It is a proven fact, that the rate of conversion greatly increases if the response occurs within 2 hours or less. But 30 min or less is ideal. Unlike most flat fee MLS services, we get leads to our flat fee MLS sellers within minutes no matter what time of day. If a lead comes in for one of our sellers we get that lead to our sellers swiftly.
Avoiding the Flat Fee MLS referral services.
Another thing to keep in mind when searching for a Flat Fee MLS service is referral networks. These are sites that show 50 states on the homepage and have you pay for the listing before you see the Flat Fee Listing Agreement. In order to be on MLS for a flat fee, an Entry Only listing agreement in writing is required. Most of the time when dealing with these flat fee MLS referral networks you will not even know who the listing agent is until after you pay. Selling a home FSBO on MLS should be taken seriously and you should be in direct communication with the flat fee MLS agency who is going to be helping you sell. We dig a little deeper into this flat fee MLS review page.