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What’s the difference between an exclusive listing and a normal one?
Although your home may have less visibility through an exlusive listing, compared to those marketed on the MLS, you will have more control over who sees your home.

 

 

What the difference is between an exclusive listing and a traditional one?

An exclusive listing means that your salesperson or broker will be marketing the home on your behalf, without posting it on the Multiple Listings Service (MLS). All prospective buyers will be referred directly through your representative or their brokerage.

Although the sale of your home may have less visibility to other real estate professionals and prospective buyers compared to listings marketed on the MLS, you will have more control over who sees your home.

Exclusive listings are popular among sellers who prefer an added level of privacy during the home selling process. In some instances, commissions associated with an exclusive listing can be lower, as the real estate professional does not have to pay the MLS fees.

Before committing to an exclusive listing, speak with your sales representative about his or her past experience and level of success with these types of listings. Obtain an outline of how they will market your home without the MLS.

Don’t be afraid to ask for references and ensure all pertinent information is detailed in a written contract.

 

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Posted: Saturday, August 10, 2013 9:23 AM by Sutton Realty

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