MLS Flat Fee Listings

  • MLS Flat Fee Listings

    Our Flat Fee MLS Listing is the perfect option to sell your home. List your property yourself on the local MLS for a low flat fee.

  • SAVE THE COMMISSION

    List your home "By Owner" on the Realtor's MLS for a flat fee and save the typical listing commission of 2.5% to 3%.

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    We've been doing MLS Flat Fee Listings since 2000. We are the broker-no "middle-man"-so you only deal with us. About Us.

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    We'll market your property on the MLS and many popular sites like Realtor.com, Trulia.com, Zillow.com.

  • LISTING IS FAST & EASY

    We'll get your listing setup on the MLS fast and easy. Just a few simple forms to complete, and you'll be on your way.

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MLS Flat Fee Listings are available in all 67 counties in Florida. 
We are a DIRECT MLS Flat Fee Listings Broker.  We do not refer your listing to another company. We are licensed in Florida and we will be the company listing your property.

All MLS Listing Packages Include

Listing uploaded to many popular websites
Marketed on the MLS like all other Realtors
Sell “By Owner” and pay NO commission
Buyer inquires are forwarded to you
Fast and easy online listing setup process
Free unlimited listing changes

Reach buyers using our MLS Flat Fee Listings service without paying a full service agent

For Sale By Owner’s can List on MLS using our MLS Flat Fee Listings service. Expose your property to same number of buyers as sellers using traditional brokers. List your property on the Realtors MLS and Realtor.com without paying 6% Realtor commission.

1 in 3 home owners sell without using a full service Realtor*

Every year over 1 million sellers nationwide save thousands using our MLS Flat Fee Listings service. List on the Realtors MLS and take advantage of this powerful marketing tool. Sell your property with our MLS Flat Fee Listings and save thousands in commissions.

*Source: The National Association of Realtors® Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers

Print Listing Agreement

LIMITED SERVICE LISTING AGREEMENT

This Limited Service Listing Agreement (“Agreement”) is between the Seller (“Seller”) as indicated below, and LISTWITHFREEDOM.COM, INC (“Broker”).


1. AUTHORITY TO SELL PROPERTY:

Seller grants Broker the authority to list Seller’s real and personal property (collectively “Property”) indicated below, at the price indicated below, and terms described in the Flat Fee MLS package purchased, for a term based upon which listing package was purchased, which will begin when listing is placed in the MLS. Seller certifies that Seller is legally entitled to convey the Property and all improvements. This Property will be offered to any person without regard to race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, national origin or any other factor protected by federal, state or local law.


2. DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:

a) Real Property Street Address as indicated below.

b) Parcel ID (Found on your tax statement) as indicated below.

c) Seller agrees to offer for sale through the services provided by Broker the Property, fixtures and all improvements thereon. All personal property to be conveyed at the time of sale shall be listed by Seller in the Real Estate Sales Agreement entered into between Seller and Buyer and shall be transferred free of any liens.


3. PRICE AND TERMS:

Property is offered for sale on the following or other terms acceptable to Seller: a) Price as indicated below (Seller is solely responsible for determining the appropriate listing price).


4. COMPENSATION:

Seller has agreed and has prepaid Broker for performing the responsibilities delineated in this Agreement and no refund will be issued regardless whether the property sells and no matter who sells the property. Seller shall pay a cooperating commission (“COOP”) as indicated below. This commission is based on the total purchase price and is due at closing to a licensed Buyer’s Broker or Transaction Broker (“Co-Broker”) in the event the Co-Broker represents or introduces the property to a ready, willing and able buyer and the buyer enters into an Agreement with the Seller to purchase the property.

Under this Agreement, Seller can sell his/her Property himself/herself to any buyer not procured or represented by a participating Realtor, in which case no COOP is due.


5. BROKER OBLIGATIONS AND AUTHORITY:

a) Seller authorizes Broker to place the property in the appropriate local Multiple Listing Service (MLS) with jurisdiction to Seller’s county and state, and to offer the agreed upon compensation to cooperating brokers. All listings are subject to approval and the Rules and Regulations of the MLS.

b) Seller authorizes Broker to report to the MLS/Association of Realtors this listing information and price, terms and financing information on any resulting sale. Seller authorizes Broker, the MLS and/or Association of Realtors to use, license or sell the active listing and sold data.

c) Seller authorizes Broker to place Seller’s contact information in the MLS. All appointments to show property will be made with the Seller directly. Due to the rules and regulations of Realtor.com, Broker may not and will not place Seller’s contact information in the Realtor.com listing. Broker will make every effort to forward any leads originating from the Realtor.com listing to the Seller in a timely manner.

d) Broker will maintain listing. All changes on the listing must be requested in writing by Seller.

e) Broker reserves the right to terminate, suspend or change the status of the listing in the MLS without explicit authorization from the Seller if the Broker deems necessary due to reasons that would indicate that property is not currently for sale, may have been sold, etc.


6. SELLER OBLIGATIONS:

a) Seller shall indemnify Broker and hold Broker harmless from losses, damages, costs and expenses of any nature, including attorney’s fees and from liability to any person, that Broker incurs because of (1) Seller’s negligence, representations, misrepresentations, actions or inactions, (2) the use of a lock box, (3) the existence of undisclosed material facts about the Property, or (4) a court or arbitration decision that a broker who was not compensated in connection with a transaction is entitled to compensation from Broker. This clause will survive Broker’s performance and the transfer of title.

b) Seller shall make all legally required disclosures, including all facts that materially affect the Property’s value and are not readily observable or known by the buyer. Seller is responsible and required to provide a Seller’s Real Property Disclosure Statement to represent any or no material facts (building code violations, pending code citations, unobservable defects, etc.). Seller will immediately inform Broker of any material facts that arise after signing this Agreement.

c) Seller, upon entering into a contract of sale with a buyer, agrees to notify Broker, within 48 hours, of the fact that Property is under contract, and will advise Broker of the name and phone number of the settlement agent or attorney and provide a complete fully executed copy of the purchase/sale agreement and all addendum thereto. The failure to do so may result in a $250.00 fine to Broker, which will be charged to the Seller collectable immediately and/or through judicial action at the option of Broker.

Upon the sale of the Property, Seller agrees to deliver to Broker, the following documents or information:
(1) Copy of HUD-1 settlement statement or closing statement
(2) Copy of Sales Contract including all addenda and amendments, if any, and written verification by the escrow agent that all required deposit(s) have been paid.

Seller may cancel the MLS Listing during the terms stated above with no penalty to the Seller. No refund will be issued upon cancellation. Seller may reinstate a cancelled listing within the duration of the term of this Agreement; however, Seller will pay Broker a reinstatement fee of $99. Seller may not terminate this Agreement while the Property is under contract. If this agreement expires while the property is under contract, Seller’s obligations under this Agreement continue through the closing and transfer of Property.

d) Seller represents that the Property is not listed with any other broker.

e) For ninety (90) days following expiration of this Agreement, any cooperating broker shall continue to be entitled to the compensation described in this Agreement should Seller transfer Property or any interest in
the Property to any ready, willing and able prospects procured regarding the Property prior to expiration.

f) Seller is responsible for all aspects of the selling and sale of property including but not limited to determining sale price and commission, advertising, making appointments, showing property, negotiating sales price, all closing activities, etc.


7. BROKER SHALL NOT BE AN ESCROWEE:

Seller shall not execute a sales contract that requires Broker to hold earnest money or a possession escrow.


8. SELLER’S MANDATORY DISCLOSURES:

Seller understands that Seller has a duty under Florida law to disclose to potential buyer facts known to the Seller which materially and adversely affect the value of the Property, including violations of governmental laws, rules and regulations, and which are not readily observable by a buyer. Seller understands that Florida law requires Broker to disclose to any buyer all facts, which materially affect the value of the Property actually known by Broker, which are not readily observable by any buyer. Seller understands that a licensed real estate broker or salesperson (”licensee”) working with a buyer may represent that buyer, and may be required to disclose to the buyer any information given to him by Seller. Broker shall not be responsible for making any disclosure to Buyer. Seller expressly releases Broker from any responsibility or liability regarding disclosure requirements whether required by statute or otherwise. Broker recommends that Seller consult with legal counsel concerning disclosure requirements or the completion of any disclosure forms. Seller agrees to indemnify and hold Broker harmless for any violation of any ordinance, regulation, and statute of law regarding Seller’s disclosure obligations. If the Property was built in 1977 or earlier, Seller will provide prospective buyers with all information Seller knows about lead-based paint and lead-based paint hazards in the Property and with all available documents pertaining to such paint and hazards, as required by federal law. Seller understands that the law requires the provision of this information to prospective buyers before the potential buyers become obligated to purchase the Property.


9. AGENCY DISCLOSURE:

Unless Seller and Broker have entered into a separate representation agreement, Broker does not represent the Seller as either a Single Agent or as a Transactional Broker. Broker has “No Brokerage Relationship” with the Seller and does not represent the Seller. Seller has chosen to handle all Matters concerning Property as a “For Sale by Owner”, thus; relieves Broker and it’s Associates from any Liability.


FLORIDA LAW REQUIRES THAT REAL ESTATE LICENSEES PROVIDE THIS NOTICE TO POTENTIAL SELLERS AND BUYERS OF REAL ESTATE.
You should not assume that any real estate broker or sales associate represents you unless you agree to engage a real estate licensee in an authorized brokerage relationship, either as a single agent or as a transaction broker. You are advised not to disclose any information you want to be held in confidence until you decide on representation.


NO BROKERAGE RELATIONSHIP NOTICE


FLORIDA LAW REQUIRES THAT REAL ESTATE LICENSEES WHO HAVE NO BROKERAGE RELATIONSHIP WITH A POTENTIAL SELLER OR BUYER DISCLOSE THEIR DUTIES TO SELLERS AND BUYERS.

As a real estate licensee who has no brokerage relationship with you, BROKER and its associates owe to you the following duties:

1. Dealing honestly and fairly;
2. Disclosing all known facts that materially affect the value of residential real property which are not readily observable to the buyer.
3. Accounting for all funds entrusted to the licensee.


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Print Listing Agreement for Lease

LIMITED SERVICE LISTING AGREEMENT FOR LEASE

This Limited Service Listing Agreement for Lease (“Agreement”) is between the Owner (“Owner”) as entered below, and LISTWITHFREEDOM.COM, INC (“Broker”).


1. AUTHORITY TO LEASE PROPERTY:

Owner grants Broker the authority to list Owner’s real and personal property (collectively “Property”) described below, at the price, terms and Listing Period described in the Flat Fee MLS package purchased, for a term based upon which listing package was purchased and will begin when listing is placed in the MLS.

If the Property becomes vacant during the Leasing Period, Owner and Broker remain obligated to perform under this Agreement until the Listing Period expires. Owner certifies and represents that Owner is legally entitled to lease the Property.

This Property will be offered to any person without regard to race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, national origin or any other factor protected by federal, state or local law.


2. DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:

a) Real Property Street Address as entered below.

b) Parcel ID (Found on your tax statement) as entered below.

c) Occupancy as described below.


3. PRICE AND TERMS:

Property is offered for lease on the following or other terms acceptable to Owner: a) Price as listed below (Owner is solely responsible for determining the appropriate listing price).


4. BROKER OBLIGATIONS AND AUTHORITY:

a) Owner authorizes Broker to place the property in a multiple listing service (MLS), to offer compensation to cooperating brokers.

b) Owner authorizes Broker to report to the MLS/Association of Realtors this listing information and price, terms and financing information on any resulting lease. Owner authorizes Broker, the MLS and/or Association of Realtors to use, license or sell the active listing and rent data.

c) The contact information provided in the MLS will be the Owner’s contact information so cooperating brokers can contact the Owner directly.


5. OWNER OBLIGATIONS:

a) Owner shall indemnify Broker and hold Broker harmless from losses, damages, costs and expenses of any nature, including attorney’s fees and from liability to any person, that Broker incurs because of (1) Owner’s negligence, representations, misrepresentations, actions or inactions, (2) the use of a lock box, (3) the existence of undisclosed material facts about the Property, or (4) a court or arbitration decision that a broker who was not compensated in connection with a transaction is entitled to compensation from Broker. This clause will survive Broker’s performance and the transfer of title.

b) Owner shall make all legally required disclosures, including all facts that materially affect the Property’s value and are not readily observable or known by the tenants. Owner represents there are no material facts (building code violations, pending code citations, unobservable defects, etc.).

c) Taxes: Leases for a term of 6 months or less are subject to state tax on transient rentals and to local tax on tourist development and impact. The party who receives the rent is responsible for timely collecting and remitting said taxes.

d) Owner will immediately inform Broker of any material facts that arise after signing this Agreement. If the Property was built in 1977 or earlier, Owner will provide tenants with all information Owner knows about lead-based paint and lead-based paint hazards in the Property and with all available documents pertaining to such paint and hazards, as required by federal law. Owner understands that the law requires the provision of this information to prospective tenants before the tenants become obligated to lease the Property.

e) Owner represents that the Property is not listed with any other broker.

f) For one hundred and eighty (180) days following expiration of this Agreement, any cooperating broker shall continue to be entitled to the compensation described in this Agreement should Owner transfer Property or any interest in the Property to any prospects procured regarding the Property prior to expiration.

g) Owner, upon entering into any contract to lease with a renter, agrees to notify Broker, within 48 hours, of the fact that Property is under contract, and will provide Broker the details needed to change the listing status to PENDING in the MLS. The failure to do so may result in a $250.00 fine to Broker, which will be charged to the Owner collectable immediately and/or through judicial action at the option of Broker. · Upon the execution of a lease for the Property, Owner agrees to provide Broker the details needed to change the listing status to RENTED in the MLS.

h) Owner may cancel the MLS Listing at any time with no penalty to the Owner. No refund will be issued upon cancellation. Owner may reinstate a cancelled listing within the duration of the term of this Agreement; however, Owner will pay Broker a reinstatement fee of $99. Owner may not terminate this Agreement while the Property is under contract. If this agreement expires while the property is under contract, Owner’s obligations under this Agreement continue through the execution of any lease.

i) Owner represents that the Property is not listed with any other broker.

j) For ninety (90) days following expiration of this Agreement, any cooperating broker shall continue to be entitled to the compensation described in this Agreement should Owner enter a lease or sale of Property or any interest in the Property to any ready, willing and able prospects procured regarding the Property prior to expiration.

k) Owner is responsible for all aspects of the renting of property including but not limited to determining price and commission, advertising, making appointments, showing property, negotiating sales price, all legal activities, etc.


6. BROKER SHALL NOT BE AN ESCROWEE:

Owner shall not execute any contract that requires Broker to hold earnest money or a possession escrow.


7. COMPENSATION:

Owner has agreed and has prepaid Broker for performing the responsibilities delineated in this Agreement and no refund will be issued regardless whether the property sells and no matter who sells the property.

Owner shall pay a cooperating commission, as described below, to a licensed Broker or Transaction Broker (“Co-Broker”) in the event the Co-Broker represents or introduces the property to a ready, willing and able renter and the renter enters into an Agreement with the Owner to lease the property.

Under this Agreement, Owner can rent Property directly to any tenant not procured or represented by a participating Realtor, in which case no cooperating commission is due.


8. AGENCY DISCLOSURE:

Unless Owner and Broker have entered into a separate representation agreement, Broker does not represent the Owner as either a Single Agent or as a Transactional Broker. Broker has “No Brokerage Relationship” with the Owner and does not represent the Owner. Owner has chosen to handle all Matters concerning Property as a “For Rent by Owner”, thus; relieves Broker & its Associates from any Liability.


FLORIDA LAW REQUIRES THAT REAL ESTATE LICENSEES PROVIDE THIS NOTICE TO POTENTIAL SELLERS AND BUYERS OF REAL ESTATE.
You should not assume that any real estate broker or sales associate represents you unless you agree to engage a real estate licensee in an authorized brokerage relationship, either as a single agent or as a transaction broker. You are advised not to disclose any information you want to be held in confidence until you decide on representation.


NO BROKERAGE RELATIONSHIP NOTICE


FLORIDA LAW REQUIRES THAT REAL ESTATE LICENSEES WHO HAVE NO BROKERAGE RELATIONSHIP WITH A POTENTIAL SELLER OR BUYER DISCLOSE THEIR DUTIES TO SELLERS AND BUYERS.
As a real estate licensee who has no brokerage relationship with you, BROKER and its associates owe to you the following duties:
1. Dealing honestly and fairly;
2. Disclosing all known facts that materially affect the value of residential real property which are not readily observable to the buyer.

3. Accounting for all funds entrusted to the licensee.


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