A 1% commission broker is a real estate brokerage who will list your home for 1% of the final sale price. Getting your listing fee down to 1% from the typical 3% rate could net you big savings.

*Buyer agent fee not included.

There are three main costs when selling a house:  The listing agent fee, the buyer’s agent fee and title fees. 

We save money on the listing side of the transaction by charging an industry-low listing commission of 1% of  the selling price of your home vs. the typical 3%.  Home sellers will still be responsible for paying the buyer’s agent and title fees.

No, you do not.  All of our listings are full service with an industry-low 1% listing fee.  

There are no fees up front.  All commissions are paid at closing.  

The 1% fee covers the listing agent’s commission. You will still be responsible for paying the buyer’s agent fee. (Broker co-op).

In a conventional home sale real estate brokers often charge up to 6% of the final sales price as their commission.  The broker co-op is the split in commission between a buyer’s agent and a listing agent.   We save sellers money on the listing side of the transaction with our industry-low 1% listing fee.

Yes.  This helps to ensure the proper interest in your home, with the ultimate goal of a faster sale at your desired price.  Your listing will provide 3% of the sales price to the buyer’s agent, for a total commission of 4%.


Contact us for a no-obligation consultation!  We will answer any an all questions, give pricing and listing advice.  We then handle the sale — listing through closing.  

maximum exposure

All brokers user the same methods, a combination of the Multiple Listing Service & real estate websites, to get your home maximum exposure at a fraction of the cost of the past.  Our marketing plan will get your home in front of all potential buyers and get you the highest possible sale price!

maximum service

We handle the entire transaction – professional photography, marketing, signage, showing scheduling, lockbox on the door (optional), paperwork and negotiations as well as appraisal and inspection scheduling.  You will sacrifice absolutely nothing compared to the “Traditional” real estate broker. 

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