How to Save $30,000 Selling Your Home

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homezen saves you thousands by making it easy to sell your home without an agent.

As fall cools down and the housing market heats up, homezen can save you up to $30,000 or more by helping you sell without an agent.

homezen has already helped 28 homesellers in DC, Virginia, and Maryland save more than $600,000 this year.

What’s homezen? homezen is a digital service that makes it easy to sell your home quickly without an agent and saves you the broker’s commission.

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How? For a low flat fee they give you everything you need, including help pricing, professional photography and they get you on the MLS (and Redfin, Zillow, Trulia, and other sites buyers and agents use).

Oh, and they have the lockbox and paperwork covered too. Their professionals support you all the way through the process, so you can go through each step with confidence.

homezen even makes it easy to get started with a free instant home valuation, and you can schedule a free call with one of homezen’s experts to learn more.

So what are you waiting for? Sign up for homezen today.

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Arlington condo sold in two days, at asking price

“Full price offer in two days was certainly an amazing outcome.” — AJ in Arlington

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Arlington single family home sold in less than two weeks, above asking price

“My wife and I used homezen to sell our home in less than two weeks and we sold it for exactly what we wanted. It was easy and saved us over $30,000.”  — Will in Arlington

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Eckington condo sold in two weeks, for asking price

“homezen was super helpful. They set up the listing, got me awesome photography and answered my questions. Definitely pleased with my experience and the result.” — Tim in Eckington

For more information go to the homezen website.

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