Our company serves almost all of New Jersey, except Cape May and Atlantic County
The difference between NJ Real Estate Boutique and a traditional brokerage is that we have moved out from under the old ways of buying and selling real estate. By not limiting our clients to conventional agreements, we are able to offer multiple services for buyers and sellers.
We can list your property on MLS for an upfront flat fee. Our program allows you to choose additional services that cater to your needs. We also offer the traditional full service program at a discount.
Our company will help you pay for closing costs. By sharing 50% of our commission, we ease the burden for homebuyers.
Whether you're a buyer, seller, or a landlord, you will get the utmost customer service.
No, my company offers multiple ways to list your property. You can choose how you want to list your property. Our plans will give you the tools you need to make the most out of your money.
Listing for a flat fee means there is no listing commission. You only pay a one time upfront fee. If a buyer's agent from any real estate company brings you a buyer and takes it to closing, only 2% - 3% commission is due to the buyer's agent.
Yes! You retain the right to sell directly to buyers. Always ask buyers if they are working with an agent and if they have previously seen your property with an agent.
There are 8 MLS's in New Jersey. (We belong to 6 of the 8.) Each MLS has its own market area. Agents pay dues to access each MLS; agents who want a broader reach for their clients may become a member of more than one MLS. Only licensed agents can gain access to MLS.
No, only a licensed Realtor® can list on MLS. I will work with you to set up your listing on the local MLS and you will retain the right to sell to buyers directly.
There is not a national MLS. A property should be listed in the correct local MLS, not just any MLS.
All of our listing plans include local MLS for your town, Realtor.com® and syndication to unlimited internet property sites (Zillow.com, Trulia.com etc.) plus hundreds of real estate companies and agent's individual websites. There are too many to list.
No! We are happy to post any additional updates or open houses for your property at no extra cost.
Your property will be listed in the appropriate MLS. Some properties in border towns can benefit from being listed in a secondary MLS.
There is no additional fee for the secondary MLS if it is required by that MLS.
Yes! The majority of sellers offer buyer's agents 2.5% for selling their property. But, in NJ commissions are always negotiable.
No, there are no hidden fees or charges.
No, all the forms are free and available to download.
There is no commission to list your property using the Flat Fee Listing Plan. The total sales commission will be paid to the buyer's agent at closing if a buyer's agent sells your property.
No, if you sell your own property without a buyer's agent you do not pay any commission or fees.
Licensed agents have to comply with all rules and regulations set by the Real Estate Commission and each individual MLS. We are required to use the forms provided by MLS and the New Jersey Real Estate Commission.
Yes, you may cancel at any time and you will be unconditionally released from your listing agreement.
An unconditional release means that you are no longer bound by any of the terms of the listing agreement. In other words, you are released from the listing agreement and there are no “conditions”. If you choose, you can list with any agent immediately after our listing contract has been canceled.
If you cancel your order within 14 days of purchase and before your listing is submitted to MLS, you will receive a refund for the listing fee. A $25 cancellation fee will be deducted from your refund.
If you wish to cancel more than 14 days after your order is placed, but before the listing is entered, a refund cannot be issued. However, your order will remain valid and we can activate your listing at any time in the future.
After your listing is entered, we unfortunately cannot issue a refund.
No refunds will be given for services or enhancements that were provided, such as photography, home staging, or lockboxes that were sent to you.
No, I am acting as a transaction broker and not a seller's agent.
A transaction broker does not represent their client in a fiduciary capacity. A transaction broker primarily serves as a manager of the transaction, communicating information between parties. With that being said, we are still here for you every step of the way to answer any questions you have!
A seller's agent is responsible for representing the interests of the sellers. A seller's agent prices and advertises the property. They negotiate offers, contingencies, and conditions on behalf of the sellers. The seller’s agent also has a fiduciary responsibility to the sellers.
The responsibility of a seller’s agent is generally putting their client’s interests ahead of their own. This includes the duty to handle the client's information and affairs with loyalty and confidentiality, the duty to fully disclose all material facts to their client, the duty to fully disclose all purchase offers to the seller, and much more. These are not only legal but ethical responsibilities.
There are a couple of reasons the first being that FSBO listings attract buyers that will most likely submit a low-ball offer. It can also scare away local buyer agents who may feel that their commission is not guaranteed. Lastly, it will likely attract Realtors to continuously call you trying to solicit your listing.
We provide a company "For Sale" sign with a private extension to avoid the negative impression of "For Sale By Owner" and still allow you to get calls from buyers.
My company provides a sign for your property at no charge, displaying your own private extension. This extension will forward the calls directly to your phone number.