FAQ2 MLS (Multiple Listing Service)

MLS (Multiple Listing System)

What is the Multiple Listing Service (MLS)?

The Multiple Listing Service (MLS) is the primary data system that most Real Estate Agents use to market and sell property.

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Do FSBOs have access to the MLS?

FSBOs now have access to the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) through Fizber.com offering flat fee MLS listing. We offer a way for home sellers to list their property alongside traditional real estate agents properties in the MLS for a one-time, flat rate. An MLS listing provides the greatest marketing exposure possible by promoting homes to all of the area real estate agents and their buyers.

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Can you help me list my house on MLS?

With our Flat Fee MLS service, you have the choice of:

  • Due to growing interest and the proven success of MLS Listings, Fizber.com has decided to offer this selling tool as an option to our customers.
    List on MLS by owner for $295 and save thousands!

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When will my MLS listing post on Realtor.com?

In most areas, your MLS listing will feed through to Realtor.com within 3-5 business days after being active in the MLS. Realtor.com pulls limited information from the MLS and sometimes takes a few days to pull the photo. The listing agent has no control over how long it takes to feed through to Realtor.com.

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How do "For Sale By Owners" benefit from accessing the MLS?

More Exposure! Many buyers use real estate agents, and these agents use the MLS as their main tool to find homes for their buyers. You benefit from listing your home on the MLS because you gain tremendous exposure to tens of thousand of agents and their potential buyers.

Keep control and Save Money! Enjoy the benefits and cost savings inherent in the "for sale by owner" method while at the same time giving your home the additional exposure of the MLS. The flat fee you pay to get your home on the local MLS is considerably less than the thousands you would pay in traditional commission.

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