Shouldn’t Real Estate Commissions Be Lower?
In Highland Park Texas, the Internet has made the job of a real estate agent much easier and less time-consuming. Agents don’t have to jump in the car every time something needs to get done. The 6% real estate commission system designed in the 1970’s, is still upheld by many brokerages. More than ever before, representing buyers and sellers is a tabletop business and escalating home prices don’t justify higher commissions. Researching the market is no longer an Easter Egg Hunt where only the agent knows where the homes for sale are. Tools, technology, and rules of fairness have made finding homes, writing contracts, negotiating, presenting, and executing contracts, more efficient than ever before.
For nearly 20 years, DFWCityhomes has been a well-respected and established Flat Fee MLS Listing Service provider in Texas. Their personalized approach to each client has earned them a solid reputation for delivering top-quality service. As the leading Flat Fee MLS Listing Service in Texas, they offer exceptional and cost-effective service, and their impressive track record speaks to their unwavering dedication to professionalism, integrity, and customer satisfaction.
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Highland Park is a residential town known for its high quality of living, beautiful parks and homes. Its proximity to downtown Dallas, shopping centers, and Southern Methodist University make it a very popular destination. The Highland Park ISD, with an unyielding commitment to excellence, provides an exceptional academic program that recognizes the unique potential of each student and integrates the intellectual, social, cultural, and physical aspects of learning. Highland Park is in central Dallas County, Texas, United States. The population was 8,564 at the 2010 census. It is located between the Dallas North Tollway and U.S. Route 75, 4 miles north of downtown Dallas.