Flat Fee MLS in Virginia
ADDvantage delivers Virginia FSBO sellers the most comprehensive flat fee MLS programs available.
We offer the program that best suits your needs for selling your Virginia 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 Virginia 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 more money for your home.
Why listing with a Virginia 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 trustworthy MLS Listing Service in Virginia. ADDvantage®: professional, reliable, 100% transparent - never any hidden fees or gimmicks.
ADDvantage® gets Virginia 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 phone support which results in more showings & more offers.
Get your listing in the MLS fast with the flat fee listing professionals
Members of several Virginia MLS boards, ADDvantage® has been a flat fee MLS listing broker for many years and a real estate broker even longer.
Listing Flat Fee MLS in Virginia? 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
- SHOWCASE on Realtor.com Up to 25 photos, full property description, open houses & more
Flat Fee MLS 101
Sell faster using my 5 tips for listing flat fee MLS in Virginia
Look like all other listings in the United States MLS. Package your Virginia 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 professionally-done yard sign. Realtors® fear For Sale By Owner signs (white and red; generic) because they mean FSBO and not necessarily on the Multiple Listing Service. As well, For Sale By Owner signs promote the seller's own phone number and that is not necessarily what a Realtor® wants their buyer to see. The best thing to do is to use a metal ADDvantage® sign with our phone number on it. This means you get a professional MLS administrator answering the phone for you Mon-Thu 9AM-7PM, Fri 9AM-6PM, Sat 9AM-5PM, Sun 9AM-4PM, and we forward all buyer leads to you directly and schedule appointments. This service is called Agent Assure® and is $159 as an add-on or free with our Professional ADDvantage™ program.
List flat fee without giving up the right to sell by yourself 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 MLS sellers frequently give us praise by saying that we are truly light years ahead of other flat fee MLS and full-service companies in Virginia. 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.
In spite of its wealth of natural resources, the economy of West Virginia is one of the most fragile of any state. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, West Virginia is the third lowest in per capita income ahead of only Arkansas and Mississippi. West Virginia is also known for its great natural beauty which attracts many visitors to the area and is the only state in the nation that lies entirely within the Appalachian Mountain Range.
Highways form the backbone of transportation systems in West
Virginia with over 37,300 miles of public roads. Rail lines used to be more prevalent until the increased automobile traffic, but the state is still serviced by a few commercial lines for hauling coal and by Amtrak. Also cities like Charleston, Huntington, Clarksburg, Fairmont, Bluefield and Logan have bus-based public transportation networks. Charleston also has a limited number of trolley cars that run in the downtown area and Morgantown boasts a personal rapid transit.
Airports found in the cities of Charleston, Huntington, Morgantown, Beckley, Bluefield, Lewisburg, Clarksburg, Martinsburg, Wheeling and Parkersburg form part of the commercial network.
Because of the mountainous nature of the entire state, West Virginia has several notable tunnels and bridges. The most famous in the New River Gorge Bridge near Fayetteville. Also well known is the Veterans Memorial Bridge connecting Weirton, West Virginia and Steubenville, Ohio. Perhaps even more well known is the Silver Bridge connecting Point Pleasant, West Virginia and Gallipolis, Ohio over the Ohio River which collapsed on December 15, 1967 while it was choked with rush hour traffic. It was replaced by the Silver Memorial Bridge which safely connects the two states today.