We service the entire DFW Metroplex and surrounding areas. There is only one Lewisville Texas Multiple Listing Service (MLS) and it is called North Texas Real Estate Information System NTREIS. We offer the same services as traditional 6% brokers but with a discounted fee. We are discount REALTORS ® however we offer full service brokerage for your area Lewisville Texas. The name of our broker is Listing Results, LLC and our office is in Colleyville TX. We have been in real estate since 1998. Many clients call us a Flat Rate MLS but for the most part the service we provide is called Flat Fee MLS Listing.
We offer a wide range of service from the novice to investors, rent, lease and sales. Many people start out as a Lewisville Texas FOR SALE BY OWNER – FSBO (without an agent) but quickly learn the are not getting the exposure needed to sell their property. Many people think they are a for sale by owner on the MLS but you are not. Your MLS listing looks just like all other listings but you do retain the right to sell as a FSBO and not pay an agent commission but we are still there to help you even if a buyer comes to you directly. We are your listing agent – broker for your area Lewisville Texas. We are not only a limited service broker - we are full service brokerage. Limited service simply means the brokerage has unbundled services so you can pay for what services you need. Commonly seached terms on is how to list without an agent but you cannot list on the MLS without and agent / REALTOR®.
We comply completely with SB 810 on all our listing packages (along with all rules and regulations by TREC, TAR, NAR & MLS Boards) - that includes a provision that requires a broker who represents a party or who lists real property under an exclusive agreement to: inform the party of material information related to the transaction, including the receipt of an offer by the broker, and answer the party's questions and present any offer to or from the party. The bill prohibits a broker who represents a party from telling another broker to negotiate directly with the broker's client. The bill further provides that, for purposes of 1101.157, a license holder who has additional authority to bind a party under a power of attorney or a property management agreement is considered a party to the lease or sale; an inquiry to an employee of a builder or developer about contract terms or forms does not violate §1101.652(b)(22) if the person does not have authority to bind the employer to the contract; the delivery of an offer to a party does not violate §1101.652(b)(22) if the party's broker consents to the delivery and a copy of the offer is sent to the party's broker; and provides an exception to the requirement of sending a copy of the offer to a party's broker if the party is a governmental agency using a sealed bid process that does not allow a copy to be sent to the broker.