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Selling Your Home in Virginia or Beyond? Save $20,000 Using Homezen

Like Turbotax for selling your home, Homezen saves you thousands by making it easy to sell your home without an agent.

homezen logoSpring is in the air, and with nicer weather people start selling their homes — and writing big commission checks to real estate agents.

But why write that $10,000 to $60,000 check to a real estate agent?

That’s where homezen comes in. Combining technology and real estate expertise to make it easier to sell your home without an agent, the company has helped homeowners in DC, Maryland, and Virginia save an average of $20,000.

Here’s how it works: First, they run a pricing analysis to help you understand the value of your home; they dispatch professional photographers to make your home look great; and they place your listing on the MLS, and they even give you lockbox so your home literally shows itself. homezen also provides the necessary legal paperwork, and guides you all the way through closing.

How do you save all that money? Instead of charging the standard 6 percent commission fee, Homezen charges a low flat fee. Since launching last year, they’ve already saved sellers a lot of money in Arlington, Alexandria, McLean, Logan Circle, Capitol Hill, Brookland, the Palisades, Glover Park and beyond.

Homezen even helped one Arlingtonian sell his condo without an agent, and now he’s using the money he saved to travel around the world.

What would you do with all that money?

Check out the Homezen website or give them a call at 202.509.0559.

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