Best Flat Fee Realtors®. We are a family owned and operated business. We have been Flat Fee Agents since 2000, but started selling real estate in 1998.
Jack has been a licensed REALTOR® since 1998 and a broker since 2000. He started at Prudential, then went to Remax before starting Listing Results, LLC.
Sheila has been a licensed agent/REALTOR® since 1999 and started at Remax before starting Listing Results, LLC.
Garrett has been an assistant since 2017 and a licensed REALTOR® since 2018.
Your listing broker:
Jack & Sheila McLemore
Flat Fee MLS Texas for a low flat fee or flat rate is the best way to sell real estate, in our opinion. Our opinion is based on over 20 years of experience and having done the traditional 6% model many of those years. Flat Fee MLS Texas works because you are getting the exact same product of listing on the MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE as with any agent but you are saving a ton of money. It's really a "no-brainer". Do the research, and you will agree.
Some in the industry call us limited service brokers that is only if you choose that level of service. We are full service brokers, if you choose. We offer a la carte services. We are discount brokers but do not compromise the service. You are listing direct with a local broker. Pay for what you need or want.
Many Texas FOR SALE BY OWNERS or FSBO want very little service and the same goes for investors. However, many sellers, want and need more help and we are here to fill their needs as well.
There are many sites on the internet that are 3rd party referral sites doing Flat Fee MLS Texas. This means, they get your order for a listing, then bid it out for the lowest bidding agent. Some agents are willing to work very cheap to get a listing, with hopes of getting buyer leads from that listing, so they can make a 3% buyer agent commission. We do not do that, you are listing directly with your listing agent. Please give us a call, so we can discuss in detail, if you like.
Flat Fee MLS Texas - REALTOR ®
Yes, the MLS seems like an invention of the modern age. But, in fact, the term “multiple listing”—and the overarching concept behind it—was first coined in 1907. Back then it described the old-timey practice in which real estate agents would gather regularly at offices or conferences to trade info about homes they were trying to sell, hoping this network could help connect them with buyers. In 1908, the National Association of Real Estate Exchanges (the organization that later became the National Association of Realtors®) endorsed the use of this system by all agents. It quickly caught on from there, evolving, stage by stage, into the modern system in use today—online and fully searchable by price, neighborhood, and home features.
While the MLS may look like one large national database, it's actually a suite of approximately 700 regional databases. And they're quite territorial: Each regional MLS has its own listings, and agents pay dues to access and post homes on each one. This is why agents who want a broader reach for their clients may become a member of more than one MLS.