Say Goodbye to Commission, Sell Your Home with Full Service for So Much Less
Are you thinking of selling your home, or maybe you've already tried selling before?
Tell us if this sounds familiar: You listed with a private selling platform and paid upfront but struggled to get a sale, having all the work fall onto your shoulders - or you listed with a traditional but pricey brokerage, shelling out more money than you were comfortable paying.
If you answered yes to either scenario, then you'll be pleased to know that selling your home doesn't have to be a costly struggle. An easier option exists: New Era Real Estate.
New Era Real Estate is a recently established full-service brokerage servicing much of the GTA including Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Oakville, Milton, Burlington, Hamilton, Durham, and York.
New Era sets itself apart from the competition by prioritizing the best interests of the seller (that's you) throughout the entire home-selling process.
So how do they do it?
New Era Real Estate will handle everything involved with listing and selling your home - but instead of charging the regular 2.5% commission that other full service brokerages do, they only charge a simple flat fee of $5,900. That means big savings and more money in your pocket once the deal is done, which you can invest in more important things (like maybe that new property you've got your eye on).
If the flat fee wasn't enticing enough, you also don't pay a cent until your property has actually been sold. That way you know New Era Real Estate is just as invested in selling your home as you are and will do everything to make sure the deal closes, rather than leaving you to fend for yourself like some other brokerages.
New Era's agents and brokers are all fully licensed and have years of experience. Additionally, sellers are paired up with specific agents who specialize in their area, ensuring they get the very best service possible.
The full service includes everything from start to finish. A few features are: market analysis, professional photography, variety of selling strategies, home preparation, marketing/advertising campaign, schedule showings and buyer qualification, negotiation, and much more. “Our sellers do not have to worry about a single detail.”
New Era is a new brokerage that was opened in October by John Martino, an established broker who says he began testing the idea over the last year. He made it official a few months back in response to the overwhelmingly positive feedback from sellers.
"I really wanted to focus on customer experience and satisfaction. I found many people were frustrated with the current commission model and found they were wasting too much money on commission which could’ve been used for something more beneficial for them," Martino said.
As property values have shot up over the years, so have commissions, which is why New Era Real Estate has made it their goal to provide excellent service at a low flat rate.
"After I saw this type of response over several months I decided I needed to open up a brokerage where homeowners have an option that is unlike anything else out there."
When you list with New Era Real Estate, you know they're prepared to be your realtor for life - New Era focuses on building long-lasting relationship with clients, rather than trying to charge high commissions on one-time sales.
New Era Real Estate, simply a better way to sell your home! If you've got property you want to get off your hands, don't hesitate to contact them for your free (no obligation) listing appointment at 416-508-9929 or at info [at] newerarealestate [dot] ca.
"We believe in providing homeowners more options, we believe in thinking differently, and we believe there is a better way to sell your home."
For more information on everything New Era offers, visit their website at newerarealestate.ca. You can also browse recent listings and read through testimonials from previously satisfied clients.
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