Port City Real Estate EASY EXIT Listing Agreement
What’s your biggest fear when you list your home with a real estate agent? It’s simple. You worry about being locked into a lengthy listing agreement with a less than a competent real estate agent, costing your home valuable time and exposure on the market.
Well, worry no more. We take the risk and the fear out of listing your home with a Real Estate Agent. How? Throughout EASY EXIT Listing Agreement.
When you list your home with us you get our EASY EXIT Listing Agreement, you can cancel your listing at any time. No hassles. It’s Easy.
- You can cancel your listing any time prior to accepting an offer
- You can relax knowing you’re not locked into a lengthy contract
- Enjoy the caliber of service confident enough to make this offer
We have a strong opinion about Real Estate Services. We believe that if you are unhappy with the service you receive, you should have the power to fire your agent.
It takes a strong belief in the quality of one’s service to make this kind of stand, but we never settle for less than the highest professional standards. We are confident you will be happy with my service and results. That’s a simple truth. We always stand behind my service. Call or email me today to find out more about how this unique service can make a difference in your home sale.
Port City Real Estate’s EASY EXIT listing agreement eliminates the risk & fear of being locked into a long listing contract. I look forward to meeting with you to discuss in detail.
The Guarantee: If you are unhappy with the service our team provides you, we ask that you first discuss it with us because we would like the opportunity to improve. Simply tell us the problem, give us seven days to attempt to fix it. If you are still unhappy, simply ask for an unconditional release from our services in writing, and within 1 business day you will receive a receipt of your request (you will receive a copy of the MLS data sheet showing “Withdrawn” status).
The Exceptions: If there is an accepted offer (either in Attorney Review or Fully Under Contract), listing cannot be released. Broker protections as per the listing agreement continue to be in effect as explained on the listing agreement until such time as you relist with another broker.