Tennessee's First and Only 1% Listing Agent

$6,000 to $15,000 - Average Savings

Finally, a Low-Fee Realtor for Today's Technology

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- Better than traditional 6%. Better than FSBO. Better than "Flat Fee."
- Full agent support, local/national MLS exposure.
- EVERYTHING needed to sell your home, minus the big commissions.

Serving All of Tennessee's Real Estate Needs

HOME SENSE SNAPSHOT...

The traditional real estate commission model has a new neighbor. We've assembled the best aspects of real estate brokerage to bring you what you've asked for: no up-front, cancellation or extra fees, full MLS exposure, offer consultation, and a no-risk guarantee. Welcome to Home Sense, Tennessee's only 1% listing commission company. The future of real estate is finally here.

What You Get

  • Sell your home for 1% commission, if buyer not represented, NOT 6%.
  • Your house listed on the MLS and major websites, just like all other listings.
  • Full Tennessee broker/agent involvement on all offers.
  • Lock box and full size yard sign.
  • Access to all TN Association of REALTOR forms.

 

What You Don't Get

  • NO 6% commission structure.
  • NO complicated Flat Fee MLS listing plans from which to choose.
  • NO up-front or non-refundable listing fees of any kind.
  • NO cancellation fees, extra photo fees, yard sign fees, lock box fees, broker involvement fees, etc.
  • NO impersonal, national brokerage service.
  • NO requirement to use us when you buy your next home.

Don't just take our word for it...

Joe C.

Mark has several years of experience in the real estate market and his knowledge is key when it comes to negotiation time. He also will give you very good professional advice when marketing your home... I highly recommend this company for the sale of your home. I saved several thousand dollars on the commission end without sacrificing service and quality. Very happy with the service and glad I found this company.

D. Howard

Forget about the savings for a moment, we found a fantastic realtor.  Our last home was sold by owner without an agent, but it took so long and I’m not even sure we saved money.   Before that, we’ve used agents who disappointed us with their level of responsiveness, professionalism, and knowledge.  But not Home Sense.  We’ll be using them from now on. Home Sense made sense for us.

Realtor in Middle TN

I’m a Realtor in Middle Tennessee and will be retiring my license soon. But when I sell my house in about a year, I don’t want to pay for an agent to list my house for 3%... that’s just too much to pay. I’ll be using Home Sense!

Jarrell R.

Good experience all around.  Everything delivered as promised.  Saved $8,000.  Nobody else is doing this.  Fast-forward 5 years and I bet this is the way the real estate industry will look.

Get Your Home Sold Like All Other REALTORS, Just Don't Pay the 6% Commission

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Calculate Your Savings

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You Save: $6,000 to $15,000

LIST WITH HOME SENSE AND SAVE ON BROKER COMMISSIONS & FEES

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Home Sense only charges 1% commission.
How can they do this? Why do others charge so much more?

Home Sense vs. the Rest

 Home SenseFull FeeFlat FeeFSBO
All Listings appear on the local MLS and national sites (Realtor, Trulia, Zillow, etc.)
Get a professional market analysis to price your home
Get a full size, professional sign and lock box
Have your agent/broker analyze and negotiate offers on your behalf
Don't pay commission (usually 3%) for an unrepresented buyer (save $9k on $300k home)variesvaries
Use proven, recognizable TN Association of REALTORS forms for transactionvaries
Pay only when you sell... at closing!
Be assured that you are contributing to community efforts
Pay up-front, $250 to $950 or more, with no guarantee, PLUS possible fee at closing
Charge extra fees for listing cancellation, more MLS pictures, yard signs, lock box, etc.

Message From the Principal Broker

When I first entered the real estate industry back in the 1990’s, my first question was:

“The listing agent does very little work compared to the buyer agent. So why doesn’t the commission structure reflect that?”

If you currently have an agent that will be selling your home and you anticipate being happy with the results, please keep him or her; there are plenty of great agents and brokers out there.  But if you're interested in real savings, you’ve come to the right place.

 

Mark Gardner, Founder and Principal Broker