Wouldn’t it be great if you had a crystal ball that you could look into before making a big financial decision and knowing the outcome in advance?
You work hard to find the right house for your clients. And we know how much effort it takes to make an offer. That’s why all homes listed on Faira.com offer buyer’s agents the standard 3% commission. In a typical month, Faira brings over $100,000+ in commission to buyer’s agents.
While it’s true that buyers can make an offer on Faira directly, most use an agent. It only takes 60 seconds to submit an offer on Faira.
Our technology helps you save time. How much time have you wasted writing offers for houses that already have 10 other offers? How many days have been spent fighting bidding wars on houses you didn’t win? All that effort, with zero return.
On Faira, only a price is needed to place an initial offer. You submit your offer to the seller online, and only if it’s accepted do you write up a full contract. This streamlined process has proven to be a huge time saver, especially when there are multiple offers.
How do I pick the list price?
This is a question we hear a lot. First, let's get the elephant out of the room. Sellers do not determine the sale price of a home, buyers do. What sellers can do is adopt a strategy so you can find the buyer who values your home the most. The sellers may decide not to sell the home, but they can’t directly determine the purchase price of the home.
Selling a home is a big deal. It’s also a notoriously complex, stressful and expensive process.
At Faira, we've reinvented the experience so it's simple, modern and transparent. It's also cheaper: there is no 6% commission. In fact, using Faira is completely free for sellers.
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