USCityhomes

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What is the difference between USCityhomes Full Service MLS Listing and that of a traditional 6% Agency?

Our success, honesty, truthfulness, and excellent service results in hundreds of happy clients. We are real estate professionals with pride in high quality service. Resulting in valued, high trust relationships.   Our volume and stability of our business puts real savings in the pockets of our clients. Or, passed as an incentive to close a …

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What is the difference between USCityhomes Flat Fee MLS Listing Service and other flat fee listing services?

Having professional signage, pictures, representation are some of the major the differences. When showing homes, seeing great online pictures and a professional sign symbolizes professionalism. Many do it yourself Flat Fee MLS listing services only advertise the home and charge extra for open house advertising and changes after the listing is live.    Our recommendation is …

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What licenses does USCityhomes hold?

The Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) is a state agency responsible for licensing real estate professionals in Texas. USCityhomes is an assumed business name of DFWCityhomes LLC. We are a registered business in good standing with the Texas Secretary of State and operate as DFWCityhomes in North Texas and USCityhomes Statewide. We are licensed by TREC …

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How are we paid for our services?

You pay our upfront fees on our website. Through PayPal we accept all major credit cards in addition to your PayPal account. Buyer rebates are disbursed at the time of closing. Paid by the title company out of the proceeds of the sale. All distributions are itemized on the closing statement for your review and approval …

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