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

Real estate agents know the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) is the most power tool utilized to sell homes. About 80% of all homes sold in Florida are sold through the MLS! The average home price in Florida is $224,000 so saving on your commission can be meaningful. Listed below are three of the major benefits of ordering Fizber's Flat Fee MLS Listing


Benefits of MLS

  • Once you list your home with our for sale by owner friendly MLS agent, it will be placed on your local MLS for thousands of agents to show the buyers they represent
  • Not only will you get local coverage, your MLS syndicates your listing to hundreds of real estate related websites. This will help you get maximum online exposure for you listing
  • Instead of paying 6% to list and sell your home with a real estate agent, you can save the listing portion (usually half) and you can still list your home on the MLS for only $295 for 6 months. Customer that do this, typically save thousands in commission!

How Does It Work

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

It is almost impossible to quantify the number of ways that the internet has changed daily life for us. Two of the biggest changes that the internet has impact our lives is the way we communicate with each other and the way that business and retail companies run their business. Real estate is no exception to the new age of the internet.

Everything has been impacted by the internet age, we use the internet to simplify our lives. The internet is common to all and as that makes daunting tasks, like selling your home, easier for the average person. In particular, the process of listing and selling a house has never been more convenient; thanks to sites like Fizber that allow anyone to create and upload their own listing.

The reason this has changed so much is that listing a house was once a job that was primarily done by professional real estate firms. They would value the home, decide on an asking price, and reach out to various publications to list the property. The agent would recoup these costs when they received their commission check when a property sold, which would amount to at least a few thousand dollars.

One of the biggest problems now is that there are so many different sites out there that allow you to list a home, it becomes overwhelming to manage your listing on each website. That is why Fizber provides a Multiple Listing Service (MLS) Florida that allows you to list your house on one sites and that will be syndicated to hundreds of local and national sites and get your property the greatest exposure possible.

There is a flat fee of $295 to list your home for six months, but this is far cheaper than going the professional real estate agent route. If you were to sign a listing agreement with a real estate agent, typically this would cost you about 5%-6% of the sales price. The agent does more work than just place your home on the Florida MLS, but in the internet age, most local buyers and buyers agents are constantly looking on the Florida MLS for new listings. If you are priced right, your home will sell by posting it on the Florida MLS. Instead of listing your home with an agent, purchasing the Flat Fee MLS Florida can literally saves you thousands of dollars.


About Florida Real Estate Market Trends

How to Sell Your Own Home in Florida

Home appreciation in Florida is strong, with a 9.1 percent increase in home values over the past year. This trend is expected to continue, with an expected further 1.7 percent increase over the next year. The average listing is 103 days.

As such, it comes as little surprise that two Florida cities - Naples and Miami-were included in the top 10 best real estate housing markets through 2016, the latter placed at number one. This is thanks to Miami being an international destination for vacationers and potential residents, as well as a resort community, attracting home and condo purchasers from all over the world. There is no better time to buy a house in Miami.

Pricing Your Home Accurately

The average home price in Florida currently is $187,200, but when pricing your house, there are a lot of different things to consider. Fortunately, there are a lot of online resources to help you as you try to value your property as accurately as possible. Including, realtors and other experts who can help you out. One of the most important factors when pricing your home is location.

In Florida, location can make a huge difference. There is a gap of over $800,000 between the most expensive and least expensive counties to live in - Monroe county with an average listing of $913,410 and Calhoun county with a $96,094 average. What this means is that you will have to do some research yourself that relates specifically to your property's location. Compare the average listing price with how popular the city is to live in, and that will help you to figure out how generous or cautious you need to be with your listing price. You don't want to scare off any potential buyers with a price that is too high, but if you live in a popular county, you might have a little more leeway.

Pro Tip: How to Properly Photograph Your Home in Order to Sell it

When it comes to wooing potential buyers for a property, curb appeal is far and away one of the most important factors. People start to form an opinion on a property as soon as they see it, and if a person finds a house unappealing from the outside, they are unlikely to want to take a look inside. But the stakes are even higher now. Around 90 percent of buyers start their search for a new home online. This means you have even less of a chance to impress people-and it's much easier to scroll past a picture then drive by a house. Of course, this all makes taking a good photograph of your house incredibly important. Here are some tips to make sure that your photographs on your Florida MLS listing are really good ones.

Get a decent camera-Just about any device you can find has a camera of some sort on it, but that does not mean that it is a good one. A high quality camera can make all the difference when it comes to staging a decent photograph, so try to get a hold of one, even if you just borrow one for a day.

Stage the home-Curb appeal is still important in online listings. To create a good photograph, the house has to look good to begin with. Give it a fresh coat of paint or new siding to revive it, and clean up the interior before taking photos.

Follow basic photography rules-Try to take advantage of natural lighting whenever possible, follow the rule of thirds, and take as many photos as you can. Also, though you want to give your home the best chance of attracting buyers as possible, it is important not to mislead people. Don't give an impression of your home that is not accurate, or you will risk upsetting potential buyers and you will be no closer to a sale.

After all this, just use your common sense when it comes to creating a good listing. Think about what would attract you to a house-and since you are moving, you probably have a lot of experience-and try to hit the high notes as well as you can. Then, good luck-everything else is out of your hands!