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How One Couple Saved $20,000 Selling Their Condo

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

Alexa and Matt were ready to sell their condo, but found agents to be too impersonal and wanted to save the 3% seller’s commission. After reading about homezen in a local blog they decided to set up a call. “After the initial call we knew homezen was right for us,” said Matt.

They discovered that homezen would not only list their home on the MLS, Redfin, Zillow and other sites, but could help them set a price, offered professional photography, provided all the paperwork and guided them through the entire home selling process.

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Paying the initial fee was simple, and after homezen photographed their condo and uploaded the pictures, the listing went live within 24 hours.

Thirty minutes later, they received their first request for a showing. Every step of the way, homezen was available to answer their questions — via email or on the phone.

“The individualized assistance felt like we were part of a helpful and supportive organization,” said Alexa. “We never felt alone.”

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The couple sold their home for $10,000 above the asking price and saved $20,000 by avoiding paying a seller’s commission.

“We’ve already recommended homezen to many friends and family,” said Matt.

Ready for your homezen success story? Check out their website and their free tools to get started. They offer free instant home valuations, a free sales timeline planner and free phone consultations.

The preceding post was written and sponsored by homezen.

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