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Flat Fee MLS listing in Georgia. Get Georgia MLS Listings for flat fee of $295!

The Multiple Listing Service (MLS) is the most powerful tool used by real estate agents to sell homes. Eighty percent of all homes sold in Georgia are sold through the MLS! Fizber’s Flat Fee MLS Listing is the key to selling your beautiful Georgia home! Here are some of the benefits of ordering Fizber’s Flat Fee MLS Listing


Benefits of MLS

  • Your home will be placed in front of thousands of agents who exclusively represent buyers looking for homes in your area
  • The MLS gives you great local coverage, but did you know the MLS will syndicate your listing to hundreds of real estate related websites for maximum marketing exposure
  • Don’t pay 6% to list and sell your home with a real estate firm, when you can save the listing portion (usually half) and list your home for only $295 for 6 months. The average customer saves thousands!

How Does It Work

Place order
1Place order on
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2Fizber matches you with their local MLS agent in Georgia
3Complete listing agreement and provide photos and listing details
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4Your home is listed on the MLS,, Zillow, Trulia, Redfin and hundreds of others

Selling a house is something that just about anyone will do in their life. But not long ago, it was a task that was not simple to accomplish, one that required hiring real estate brokers to do everything for you. And while you want to hire a realtor to help you out with some or all of the home selling process, listing your home is not the pain that it once was.

Before the internet changed everything, anyone who wanted to sell a house or apartment, no matter the size or price, would first hire a real estate broker, who would take start the home selling process. The agent would assigning a list price, get the house listed in various publications, help stage the house and so on. However, you need to pay the agent a commission for their services-usually around six percent of the sales price, which amounts to thousands of dollars. Now however, when you want to get your house listed, you can go on a site like Fizber, list it yourself, and cut out the middle man.

This allows the seller to use technology to get their home listed online without signing a listing agreement with an agent. There are so many websites you can post your listing, the questions becomes, where should I post my listing? How do I get maximum online exposure for my listing. You can go to each listing site individually and manage your listing this way, but that will get overwhelming very quickly. You can bypass this problem however by using Fizber's Multiple Listing Service (MLS), Georgia. Fizber will post your listing on your local Georgia MLS where buyers and buyers agents are looking for properties in your neighborhood on a daily basis.

The Georgia MLS syndicates to hundreds of real estate sites, providing exposure to thousands of home buyers and real estate agents. Listing it yourself also makes it a lot more convenient for you. When you purchase the Flat Fee MLS from Fizber, you will get paired with a local Georgia MLS agent to help you get your listing on the MLS.

To list your home for six months using the GA MLS, it is a flat fee of $295. Since the listing usually takes up about half of the realtor's total commission, using the Georgia MLS and forgoing that fee will literally save you thousands.


About Georgia Real Estate Market Trends

How to Sell Your Own Home in Georgia

Atlanta market trends indicate a decrease of $8,000 (-3%) in median home sales over the past year. The state of Georgia-and specifically Atlanta-was one of the most heavily impacted by the recession, but has shown marked improvement in recent years, and as the data has indicated, should continue to rise. In fact, home values in Georgia have risen by 5.6 percent over the past year, and experts predict that they will continue to rise over the next year, by a further 3.7 percent. Furthermore, thanks to a city wide makeover, the current projected five year growth for Atlanta is 15.7 percent, so things are looking up for the housing market in Georgia.

With all that considered, it is no surprise that Atlanta is rated by Fortune as one of the hottest real estate markets in the country this year-meaning it is "poised for substantial growth in prices and sales" and a perfect breeding ground for a seller's market.

Georgia Home Pricing

The current median home price in Georgia is $145,900, and as we have established, the market is trending up. When deciding how to price your home, there are a lot of different factors that you should take into consideration. Location, amenities, square footage, these are all things that will affect the value of your home. There are a lot of resources online that will help you properly value your house, and realtors can also offer solid advice on the subject.

You can view the counties in Georgia by their average listing price here, and if you compare them with this list that lets you know how popular they each are, you will be able to get a pretty good idea of how quickly your house is likely to sell. For example, if you are located in Rabun county, you combine the highest median home value with one of the least popular places to live, and you may have trouble shifting your house for a higher value, and you may have to lower it slightly.

Tips for Selling Your Home in Georgia

Studies have shown that curb appeal is one of the most important factors when it comes to selling a house, as potential home buyers tend to form an opinion on a property as soon as they see the exterior. As a result, a home's exterior is incredibly important-you don't want to start off a viewing with a bad impression that is likely to stick around in the buyer's mind. And if someone drives by your house and they don't like what they see, what motivation do they have to go inside?

In the internet age, it is even more important, as people will be scrolling through the GA MLS looking for the best houses, and all they will have to go on are a few pictures. But what can you do to improve curb appeal? Here are a few basic tips.

One of the best home improvements when you compare total cost versus ultimate payoff in value is siding replacement. It is relatively cheap to do, and it will vastly improve the exterior of your house. So to improve your curb appeal, start with siding. If you don't have siding, giving the outside of your house a power wash and fresh coat of paint are perfect alternatives.

Another way to improve your curb appeal is through landscaping. This is a little bit more expensive, but should have a great payoff. If you are worried about costs, you don't even need to hire a professional landscaper, even just a nicely mowed lawn and some well kept plants can be enough to create a favorable impression for visitors.

One last tip for improving curb appeal is to paint your front door. It is a simple, low cost task that you can do yourself and it will have an excellent payoff in terms of your home's value.

Much of curb appeal comes down to common sense. If you take a step back and look at your house from the outside, you will see where your weaknesses are and be able to tackle them, making something that you can not only be proud of, but a property that will sell much quicker on the GA MLS.