Most home sellers believe that Realtors are overpaid. My fee schedule proves it.

Using Realtor tools to sell a house is easy and much of the process is automated. Listing agents do very little work to sell a house and few are qualified to engage in legal negotiations and agents from large firms are often legally prohibited from negotiating or providing advice because they are dual agents (they represent the buyer and seller). Creating a new listing is done by copying the data from a previous listing (a mouse click).  Scheduling appointments with other agents is completely automated and is done through automatic texts to the clients. I’ll put your house on the MLS, Zillow, Trulia, Realtor.com and the IDX sites for free (I only charge for my legal services).  When you work with me, you get a lawyer helping you negotiate your transaction all the way up to closing for far less than a Realtor. I work on homes of all values. The below examples are meant to demonstrate some of the more extreme fee differences.
  • On a $500,000 house when the buyer is using a broker, sellers typically save $13,000 ($30,500 – $17,500) with me. Realtors have price fixed the buyer brokerage fee at 2.7% and this example assumes that is what we are offering to them:

  • On a $500,000 house when the buyer is NOT using a broker, sellers typically save $26,500 ($30,500 – $4,000) with me. Listing Realtors would normally “hog” the entire commission:
  • On a $1,000,000 house when the buyer is using a broker, sellers typically save $29,500 ($60,500 – $31,000) with me:

  • On a $1,000,000 house when the buyer is NOT using a broker, sellers typically save $55,500 ($60,500 – $5,000) with me:

  • On a $2,500,000 house when the buyer is using a broker, sellers typically save $73,000 ($150,500 – $77,500) with me:

  • On a $2,500,000 house when the buyer is NOT using a broker, sellers typically save $140,500 ($150,,500 – $10,000) with me: