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Sponsored: DC Home Buzz Introduces Full Service for a Flat Fee

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Real estate brokerage firm DC Home Buzz has announced a new program for home sellers called “Full Service, Flat Fee”. It works like this: instead of a paying them a 6% fee, they charge 3% for the buyers agent and only $9900 in place of their commission at closing, regardless of of the sale price. This fee covers everything they do to market your home, like providing a dedicated agent, negotiating on your behalf, handling the offers and contract to close process, photography, listing syndication, complimentary staging, custom video and more.

DC Home Buzz says that if you were selling a $900,000 home, you would save $18,000 by using them. Watch the video above to learn the details.

You can also contact DC Home Buzz or call them at 202-503-4013 to learn more.

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