Like Turbotax for selling your home, Homezen saves you thousands by making it easy to sell your home without an agent.
Last year, Justin was finally ready to sell his condo, but it hadn’t appreciated in value enough for him to pull his money out after paying the 6 percent commission to real estate agents.
He says the idea of paying a 6 percent commission drove him nuts. “I thought I could probably sell without an agent, but I was little nervous to take the risk without having knowledgeable support during the process.”
Enter homezen, which provides online tools and support to help owners of condos, townhouses and single family homes sell without an agent, at a flat fee.
How low? For $499-$699, homezen helps you set your listing price, has professional photographers take photos of your home, lists your home on the MLS and takes care of the paperwork.
They’ve helped sellers in the Palisades, Glover Park, Logan Circle, Shaw, Arlington, Alexandria, Rockville and beyond save an average of $20,000 per sale — and Justin is now one of them.
“They helped me price, prep, list my home, and they gave me the paperwork I needed,” says Justin. “They were there for me whenever I had questions, and they gave me the confidence I needed to sell my own home without an agent.”
How much did he save? $10,000 — which he’s now using to bankroll his travel around the world, including stops in Argentina, Patagonia, Switzerland, Paris, Italy, Egypt, Dubai and beyond. “It’s life changing,” he says, “and I can’t recommend it enough.”
For more information on how homezen can change your life, check out the homezen website.
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