Over the years we have streamlined the process to make selling easier. Once listed, we will market your home online to achieve the results needed to be successful. Your home will be syndicated to all real estate search websites as well as brokerage websites. Which ones? There are too many websites to list (literally thousands), but we allow all of our listings to be displayed on any site that pulls listing information from MLS. MLS is a giant database of properties. Third-party sites pull information from the database to display it on their real estate related websites. In short, just about (99%) real estate websites that you have ever searched will display your listing. You will receive all disclosures and applicable real estate forms to make your deal happen. Plus we are here to provide support.
The listing process starts by filling out our state-specific listing agreement package. Head over here to see our Agreement Wizard. You will also fill out the property information form so we have all the details about your property we need to get it up and running. Our property information forms are multiple-choice. If you don’t know something we will figure it out for you when we cross-check the information prior to listing your property. You will send photos to us. All this information will be included once you take the first step by filling out the listing agreement.
Once we receive all the information needed, we will create your MLS listing and activate it. After we activate the listing, we will send you a welcome email containing all forms, disclosures, open house registrations, blank offer and P&S, contingencies and addendums, and our useful negotiation tracking form and deal flow checklist to keep you organized when working a deal. We do our best to make sure you look like you’ve done this before.
After executing the listing agreement and MLS property information form you will send us your photos. When taking photos of your property we recommend that you use landscape mode. You can submit up to 42 photos in MA and 40 in NH, but we recommend that you focus on quality, not quantity. When selecting property photos to display on your MLS listing just show enough photos to pique consumer interest. Showing too many photos can give consumers a reason not to visit your property. Learn more about photos by going here.
Buyer Agents will see your contact information under the ‘Special Showing Instructions’ field. If a prospective buyer calls us, we provide your information. If they leave us a voicemail, we will email you a copy of the message in .mp3 format so you can listen and respond. If the prospective buyer emails about your property, we will forward you the email without delay. Unlike many services, we have high ethical standards and never poach buyer leads that belong to our sellers. Our goal is to get interested parties to our sellers immediately because in real estate time is always of the essence.
→ Get the process started by heading over to our Agreement Wizard to create, sign and execute the listing agreement online.