Flat Fee MLS in New Jersey
ADDvantage delivers New Jersey FSBO sellers the most comprehensive flat fee MLS programs available.
We offer the program that best suits your needs for selling your New Jersey property…
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The ADDvantage® Way
Selling FSBO with MLS saves 3%
We offer customized flat fee MLS listing plans, each designed to meet the needs of New Jersey FSBO home sellers. Our #1 recommended Professional ADDvantage™ contract-to-close flat fee listing program takes the worry out of listing as a self-represented flat fee seller and may just get you a higher offer on your home.
Why listing with a New Jersey licensed flat fee MLS broker is a smart move
Read our flat fee listed client testimonials and our listing agreements for flat rate MLS sellers and you too will be convinced that we are the most straight-forward MLS Listing Service in New Jersey. ADDvantage®: professional, reliable, 100% transparent - never any hidden fees or gimmicks.
ADDvantage® gets New Jersey flat fee MLS sellers quicker sales
Flat rate MLS listing often means flat service. At ADDvantage®, our brand of discount MLS listings include our exceptional Mon-Thu 9AM-7PM, Fri 9AM-6PM, Sat 9AM-5PM, Sun 9AM-4PM live support which results in more showings & more offers.
Get your listing in the MLS quickly with the flat fee listing pros
Members of multiple New Jersey MLS boards, ADDvantage® has been a flat fee MLS broker for many years and a real estate brokerage even longer.
Listing Flat Fee MLS in New Jersey? Pass your commission savings on to the buyer and get SOLD!
Anytime ADD-ons for our FSBO MLS listed sellers
- Lockboxes Facilitate the agents by making your home easily accessible
- Signage Customized metal signs, riders, pointer signs, stands, posts & more
- Virtual Tours Professional photos and virtual images to go with your flat fee MLS listing
- Just Listed Postcards Let your neighbors get the word out about your FSBO
- Agent Activate® Need one of our agents to show your home?
- Agent Assure® Avoid the worry of missed Realtor® and buyer calls
Flat Fee MLS 101
Sell faster using my 5 tips for listing flat fee MLS in New Jersey
Look like all other listings in the United States MLS. Package your New Jersey flat fee listing so Realtors® will see your listing in the MLS exactly the same as a full-service agent's listing. List flat fee with Professional ADDvantage™ and you'll get more Realtor® showings, worry less about negotiating or filing disclosures, have less stress and likely get a higher sale price.
Use a professional yard sign. Realtors® fear For Sale By Owner signs (white and red; generic) because they mean FSBO and not necessarily MLS listed. As well, For Sale By Owner signs promote the seller's phone number and that is not what a Realtor® wants their buyer to see. The ideal solution is to use a metal ADDvantage® sign with our contact information on it. This means you get a professional MLS administrator answering the call for you Mon-Thu 9AM-7PM, Fri 9AM-6PM, Sat 9AM-5PM, Sun 9AM-4PM, and we forward all buyer leads to you and schedule appointments. This service is called Agent Assure® and is $159 as an add-on or free with our Professional ADDvantage™ program.
List on the MLS for a flat fee without giving up the right to sell By Owner and get 100% contract-to-close representation. Contract representation is so important for many reasons but the most critical reason to list using Professional ADDvantage™ contract-to-close representation is so Realtors® only talk with and negotiate through ADDvantage®. This assures you peace of mind that there will be no mistakes in getting you the highest offer. Additionally, Realtors® prefer working with another broker as apposed with the seller.
Price your property correctly and leave little room to negotiate. This might sound crazy but it's true. In a buyer's market, buyers are anticipating prices to move lower and therefore buy under what sellers call “market value”. Conversely, in a seller's market, buyers justify buying “market” prices because they believe prices will rise in the future.
List with a trusted and reliable United States licensed flat fee MLS broker, like ADDvantage®. Our flat fee clients frequently give us praise by saying that we are truly light years ahead of other flat fee MLS and full-service companies in New Jersey. And they are right because we have invested in the future and understand what sellers need. We have the longest hours in live phone coverage of any flat fee service in America (Mon-Thu 9AM-7PM, Fri 9AM-6PM, Sat 9AM-5PM, Sun 9AM-4PM), we forward all buyer leads to sellers in real time, have the best 100% paperless listing software and have special software to track contract negotiations and close deals without a hitch.
About New Jersey
New Jersey is located in the Northeastern part of the continental United States. Bordered to the north by New York, Pennsylvania to the west, Delaware to the South, and the Atlantic Ocean to the east; New Jersey is home to several historical sites, happening hot spots, numerous higher educational facilities, and amazing views.
Nine of New Jersey's cities claimed spots on CNN Money's Top 100 Best Places To Live List. Several include Wayne, Howell, Hamilton, Washington, Union, and Franklin Township. Along with those gorgeous cities, Trenton is the capital and Newark is the largest city. Other big cities include Atlantic City, Camden, Jersey City, and Gloucester Township. They may not be big, but the Garden State has its share of wealthy cities as well, including Saddle River, Mantoloking, Chatham Township, Princeton Township, and Moorestown Township.
In the early 1600s, the Swedes and Dutch settlers established themselves in New Jersey. New Jersey was an important battle site during the American Revolution War. In the 19th century, in order to help move the Industrial Revolution along, people worked in factories based in Paterson and Trenton. The state is broadly divided into three geographic regions: North Jersey: Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Morris, Passaic, Sussex, Warren, and Union counties; Central Jersey: Hunterdon, Somerset, Union, Middlesex, Mercer, Monmouth, and Ocean counties; and South Jersey: Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Salem, Cumberland, Atlantic, and Cape May. It has also been home to some notable residents. From Central Jersey there is Dierks Bentley, Jon Bon Jovi, Danny DeVito, Brittany Murphy, Richie Sambora, Bruce Springsteen, Ashley Tisdale, and Jack Nicholson and from South Jersey, we have Joanna Cassidy, Diamond Dallas Page, Piper Perabo, Kelly Ripa, Thomas Paine, Steven Spielberg, Bruce Willis, and Walt Whitman.
If you are looking for something to do….no matter where you turn in New Jersey, you are sure to find something worth your while. One of New Jersey's most popular attractions is known as the Jersey Shore. From tip to tip, the famous Jersey Shore runs the entire length of New Jersey on the Atlantic Side. Take your pick of 47 beaches, numerous casinos, "carnival-style" rides, restaurants. Certain towns along the Jersey Shore include the famous boardwalk. Towns such as Asbury Park, Seaside Heights, Ocean City, Wildwood, and no other than the cream of the crop Atlantic City. Most people do not realize that numerous streets and sites in Atlantic City are named after the game spaces on MONOPOLY®. Another historical site to see is the Cape May Lighthouse located in Cape May Point State Park in the town of Cape May Point. Jumping across the state to South Jersey, you get the best of two worlds, on the east side of the Delaware River is the infamous Camden, New Jersey, one the west side of the river is the city of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia. Burlington and Camden counties have several streetcar towns and many residents use these to commute to Philadelphia and back. One of the biggest historical sites on the Western shore of Jersey is where the USS Battleship New Jersey was born and currently sits today as a landmark and tourist attraction.
When it comes to higher education…New Jersey has 3 of the top universities: Princeton University, Rutgers University, and Monmouth University. Princeton University is a private coeducational research facility and is one of the eight universities that comprise the Ivy League. Rutgers University, located in Camden, New Jersey, is the largest institution for higher education in the state. Monmouth University, also a private institution, is located on the eastern shore of New Jersey in West Long Branch.