This real estate brokerage offers all the positive aspects of the industry without the negatives

Posted on October 5, 2021 at 11:17 a.m.

Home prices are rising steadily in Ontario, but commission fees shouldn’t rise with them – that’s the message hammered home by New Era Real Estate, which has long spoken out against unfair commissions in the real estate industry.

The full-service brokerage wants to offer an affordable commission to sellers, which is why they charge a flat commission of just $5,900, rather than the standard 2.5% commission that traditional brokers charge.

Founder John Martino says the real estate agent’s job is easier than ever, but many agents are raking in higher commissions simply because property values ​​continue to rise.

“Why were agents able to sell a house for $250,000 at 2.5%, but now think it is justified to charge the same 2.5% for the same amount of work – if not less – for a house a million dollars?” said Martino.

“New Era Real Estate offers everything you would expect from standard brokerages, but at a fair price.”

New Era has helped sell properties across most of Ontario including Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Orangeville, Hamilton, Niagara, Guelph, Georgetown, Oakville, Milton, Burlington, Durham and York.

Their comprehensive service includes market analysis, professional photography of your property, a variety of selling strategies, home preparation, a solid marketing/advertising campaign, schedule projections and buyer qualification, negotiation, and more.

In addition to the more affordable commission, New Era does not lock its sellers into lengthy contractual commitments, and they do not demand payment until the property has been sold and the transaction has been completed.

As the brokerage continues to grow, it innovates new ways to make the selling process easier and more convenient.

Sellers have access to a personalized web portal that provides everything they need to know about selling their home: comparable properties, viewing reviews, scheduling, messaging and more, keeping sellers fully informed in real time while having 24/7 access to their agent.

The New Era website also offers a handy tool to determine the value of a property and how much money can be saved when selling with New Era compared to traditional brokers.

Residents can book a free, no-obligation registration appointment by visiting newerarealestate.ca/contact, calling 416-508-9929 or emailing [email protected].

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