Las Vegas, NV – May 10, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — Do you have equity in your Las Vegas home and need to do a traditional sale? Your home may be worth more than you think. Why pay 6% to sell your home when you can get BETTER SERVICE, BETTER MARKETING and BETTER RESULTS for less?
The Myers Team with The Caliber Realty Group offers FULL SERVICE Real Estate for only 4.95%. (Short Sale services are FREE) There are NO hidden fees, NO junk fees, NO document fees, and NO tricks. Your home will be advertised all over the Internet with Photoshop Enhanced Professional Color Photography and a Virtual Tour.
The Myers Team has successfully sold over 500 Las Vegas homes. This includes both short sales and traditional sales. From January 2007 through December 2012, The Myers Team received national recognition for being Nevada’s #1 Short Sale Realtors.*
The Myers Team’s area of expertise is Seller Representation. A traditional sale is much different than a short sale. In a traditional sale, you need a Realtor who’s able to find a Buyer willing to pay the HIGHEST PRICE. This requires experience, and highly effective negotiation skills. After spending six years as Nevada’s #1 Short Sale Realtors, The Myers Team have a track record for being the best negotiators in the business.
While Real Estate fees are negotiable, most Brokers still think it’s acceptable to charge a 6% commission for selling your home, even though Las Vegas home values have considerably depreciated over the past few years. Additionally, many Brokers will charge you a “transaction fee” ON TOP of the commission (a.k.a. document fees, storage fees, compliance fees, etc.) and these junk fees can range from $400.00 to $700.00. The Myers Team will never charge you these ridiculous transactions fees.
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*Number one status was determined by actual short sale listings closed by non-lawyer affiliated Realtors and Brokers from January 1, 2007 through December 31, 2012.