Realtor.com is where buyers look first and most often. It is the single most popular real estate website in the U.S. with millions of home buyers visiting it every month.
Realtor.com is the public version of the MLS. The public can only see MLS listings through Realtor.com, but not all MLS listings are forwarded to Realtor.com. The only way for a home to appear on Realtor.com is for it first to be listed in a local MLS.
After you create and pay for your listing on USRealty.com, you will be assigned a listing agent, but this agent will not receive the traditional 3% commission. A listing agent must be included if one wishes to post a property on Realtor.com. That agent will provide you with paperwork necessary for your local market. Once you fill out that paperwork and return it to said listing agent your home will be placed on to Realtor.com within 4 business days.
Yes, email info@USRealty.com and a member of our customer service team will assist you.
USRealty.com recommends that sellers use a clear, exterior image of their property on a sunny day as their primary photo. Please see the Library for extensive tips about creating a winning listing.
Agents are motivated by commissions. With some of USRealty.com’s packages, buyers’ agents receive the exact same commission as they receive with traditional commission structures. They are fully compensated for participating in a successful sale. The 3% commission package gives buyer agents a 2% commission and USRealty.com keeps 1%. Some home sellers decide after listing their homes to increase that to 2.5% or 3% for the buyer agents.
You self-manage the logistics of the sale, which includes:
If I select a package that does not include MLS or other features can I upgrade later or do I have to pay for a full package?
Only licensed real estate agents can place listings into the Multiple Listing Service and Realtor.com, which is why it’s necessary for you to interact with an agent to complete your Realtor.com listing.
Typically you will have to fill out only one USRealty.com form, entitled “Listing Agreement.”
In some cases you may be asked to fill out a short, additional form stating that you have paid the listing agent a flat fee in lieu of a commission.
"Agents Protected" means that the property seller, whether an agent or an owner, has expressed a willingness to pay an agent a commission should that agent bring a buyer and help consummate the sale of the home.
To provide quality listings and accurate data, we must ensure that we receive payment if your listing runs longer than 14 days. Your credit card will not be charged until after 14 days have passed, and we will send you a reminder email before your free trial expires.
It depends on whether you decide to start for free, with a local MLS listing, or for a fee, which gets your home listed on Realtor.com and all national real estate websites.
We only accept credit cards for payment at this time and we aren't able to accept payment in installments.
Yes, you typically can make up to two changes to your MLS advertisement at no cost. Any and all changes must be communicated directly by you to the listing agent assigned to you by USRealty.com.
Yes, you can cancel your Realtor.com listing at any time unless you have opted for the 3% commission package. Simply send an email to your listing agent requesting cancellation.
With our Realtor.com package you can upload up to 25 photos to Realtor.com because our package provides you with a Realtor.com Showcase Listing.
Email from potential buyers will be delivered directly to your inbox. You can reply directly to interested parties.
I replaced a photo on my ad with a new photo but I can still see the old one. Why?
Often times it is necessary for sellers to hit the refresh button on their browser in order to see their new photo.