Our Property Team Frequently Asked Questions

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Our Property Team FAQ

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No. We are a family owned selling platform whose goal is to save you money by helping you sell privately.

First and foremost, we are family owned out of Minnesota. We offer the best support through the selling process and we work with local professionals through the steps. Because we are family owned, we want what is best for you and your family, we don’t charge commission, just one flat fee.

Our fee will vary depending on your needs, and where the property you’re selling is located. Each property is different and we want to meet your needs, contact us today to discuss pricing options and find out how many thousands of dollars you can save by selling privately.

If you are currently using a realtor and want to make the switch, your listing will likely need to expire soon due to various contracts realtors use. We would love for you to make the switch to Our Property Team and let us help you sell your home privately on your own terms and save thousands of dollars in commissions.

Agents are essentially a one stop shop for every selling need. We use professionals in each area needed for such an important transaction to make a stronger listing. Realtors comes with high commission fees, less flexibility, limited hours for customer service, and due to the close proximity to you, may have conflicts of interest. 

 

If you are currently using a realtor and want to make the switch, your listing will likely need to expire soon due to various contracts realtors use. We would love for you to make the switch to Our Property Team and let us help you sell your home privately on your own terms and save thousands of dollaris in commissions.

No, Our Pricing Team consists of local appraisers in your area to put a value on your property. The final listing price will vary on the selling strategy and level of urgency. 

No need to worry, with Our Property Team, you’re never alone. We help you through each step of the process and our team is available to help you with whatever you need regarding the sell of your property.

Realtors want the best for their clients. It doesn’t matter to them if the property they’re showing their client is being sold privately or with another agent as long as it fits their clients wants and needs. 

 

If you do sell to a buyer that has an agent, they may negotiate buyer fees. These fees would be between you and the agent, but Our Legal Team could also assist you

There are various options for payment depending on the package option chosen. 

Absolutely! We would love for you to join Our Property Team in the real estate movement and be the first rep in your area. Contact us today to see if being part of Our Team is good fit!

 

Realtors want the best for their clients. It doesn’t matter to them if the property they’re showing their client is being sold privately or with another agent as long as it fits their clients wants and needs. 

 

If you do sell to a buyer that has an agent, they may negotiate buyer fees. These fees would be between you and the agent, but Our Legal Team could also assist you

No need to worry, with Our Property Team, you’re never alone. We help you through each step of the process and our team is available to help you with whatever you need regarding the sell of your property.

Home Selling FAQ

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We offer the easiest and and most rewarding service in the country. Contact us today and Discover a smarter way to sell real estate and save thousands.

Depending on the state. Selling expenses may include transfer taxes, sales commissions (if not using Our Property Team), advertising fees, legal fees, and any mortgage points or other loan charges you paid that would normally have been the buyer’s responsibility.

Any costs associated with selling the home—including legal fees, escrow fees, advertising costs, etc…

In general, buyers pay all costs related to the loan, the property and the required insurance policies.

Sellers pay fewer expenses. Typically, sellers pay real estate commissions ( When not using Our Property Team) to both the buyer’s and the seller’s agents. That generally amounts to average closing costs of 6%.

Sellers often pay for the buyer’s title insurance policy. They may also have to pay the buyer for property taxes if the taxes have not already been paid for the year. Just remember that if taxes have already been paid, the buyer will owe the seller for the portion of the taxable year after the closing, but if they haven’t been paid, the seller will pay the buyer for the period before the closing. Use the same process for determining who owes whom for HOA fees.

Just keep in mind, you want to create the “wow” factor. So, do fix and repair as many things both structural and cosmetic as possible. At the end of the day, this may help you sell faster and for more.

Not sure where to start or which to prioritize to get the most out of your transaction? contact us today and a professional will be happy to guide you.

  1. Set an unrealistic price
  2. Ignoring major repairs
  3. Not preparing your home for sale 
  4. Underestimate the value of professional photography
  5. Limiting Showings

Of course you can! And the costs will be even lower, and we will be happy to help you with our in home flat fee attorney services 

FSBO FAQ

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(Pronounced “fisbo”, which stands for “for sale by  owner” ) Is the practice of selling real estate privately (Without an agent or middleman)

Of course it is!

Why spend tens of thousands of dollars on a realtor? When our system and experts can walk you through the process and save you sooooo much money!

All this while making it even EASIER and stress free for you!

One of our most popular add-ons includes a listing on the MLS, Zillow, OurPropertyTeam.com, Redfin, Trullia, and 100’s more!

Realtors want the best for their clients. It doesn’t matter to them if the property they’re showing their client is being sold privately or with another agent as long as it fits their clients wants and needs.

At OurPropertyTeam.com of course! FSBO listings are offered on our site for FREE, forever! We just want you to keep more of your hard earned money.

Private selling is not just a great idea, but your best option as well when done right! Our system makes private selling both easier and more rewarding for the seller.

The short answer is… The seller pays for buyer’s realtor fees.

However, we strongly recommend to speak to one of our professionals before determining how much, or if you will offer any. 

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Flat Fee Real Estate

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A flat fee refers to a fixed charge that a client pays instead of a percentage-based commission. The term is often used to describe flat fees charged by companies for listing and selling property. Read: “Flat Fee, the Future of Real Estate

Usually the home seller agrees to pay a fixed rate instead of a commission.

Be careful though, Many flat fee realty services are contingent to certain criteria being met. In other words, they have fine print, and you need to read the contract closely, or you may end up not paying a flat fee (or what you thin) at the end.

Sadly, most flat fee realtors charge very little but also do very little for you. Instead, Discover a smarter way to sell real estate with Our Property Team, save thousands, and sell faster and for more.

Home Pricing

A home valuation or also known as “estimate”. Is an estimated market value of the property calculated by computer algorithms like our “Home Valuation” tool. Or Zillow’s Zestimate. 

The algorithm analyzes public records, MLS data, etc. While taking into consideration home facts, and Similar homes sold recently around the area.

While they are a great tool. Use them just to give yourself an idea of what your property may be worth. As they can be inaccurate at times.   

A CMA, or, Comparative Market Analysis is an estimate of a home’s value based on recently sold, similar properties in the immediate area. This are usually conducted and used by real estate agents to determine the value of a property.

An appraisal is a much more thorough evaluation. Many things are taken into consideration like market trends, upgrades, state of the property, etc…

Banks require a professional appraisal to be done on a property during a purchase or a refinance transaction. 

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