Nashville real estate agent fees are expensive. As Nashville home prices rise, so do real estate agent fees. When selling a home, many local homeowners simply want to save money wherever possible. For others, the sale price of their home won’t cover the prevailing agent fees. Paying an agent 4%, 5%, or even 6% of the home’s sale price can sometimes be more than what the homeowner receives. While legal, this certainly doesn’t seem right, and I’m doing something about it.

How do I save you money? With my flat fee full-service listing promotion. I have a proven track record saving homeowners an average of 88% off the agent commission, which is an average of $15,500 per home. That is $15,500 added back to your bottom line. Since I started my flat-fee listing promotion in 2019, I have saved Nashville homeowners $579,647.61 in agent commissions. I calculate my savings using the prevailing market agent compensation of 6%.

I started my real estate career back in 2005, right when the U.S. economy collapsed. The Great Recession of 2007 had me troubled that I made a grave error changing my career and becoming a real estate agent. With so many people losing their homes to foreclosure, my future as a real estate professional was bleak. During this time, many real estate agents went out of business or retired their licenses and I was contemplating doing the same. With some persistence and a little luck, I secured a local bank contract to work with at risk homeowners to avoid foreclosure. By 2008, I was working with over 38 different local banks and national lenders helping homeowners transition into more affordable housing.

Working with banks and helping homeowners avoid foreclosure was eye-opening. From intense regulations, weekly training sessions and government oversight, I had a first-class real estate education. The experience gave me a “know-how” that I could not have gotten any other way and transformed me into an efficient real estate professional. I now leverage that expertise to benefit you and save you money.

The real estate industry has done a poor job of listening to you. I am listening. I am disrupting the Nashville real estate market. I have adopted improved processes and smart technology to increase efficiency. With that increased efficiency, I can save money. I then pass those savings back to you and save your equity. The marketplace is ever-changing, and I continue to adapt. Technology gives homeowners access to real-time real estate information. I understand you can pick up your phone and see the same data I see. I can save you money while providing the service you need. My flexibility helps my clients.

Of course, saving money is good but receiving 5-Star service is equally important. That is why we are proud members of the Nashville Better Business Bureau. We are BBB Accredited and maintain an A+ rating. We also maintain a 5-star review average on Facebook and Google. Finally, we are A-rated on AngiesList. Every day we save homeowners tens of thousands of dollars. Every day we provide 5-star service. This is what we do, and we make no apologies for it. Our priority is you, our client.

Real estate agents should be talking about saving you money. Saving you money is my goal! I educate my clients on saving their hard-earned money. There are alternatives to the high priced 6% agent. Let’s talk about saving your money when you are ready to list your home for sale.