There is not really a functioning MLS in NYC, we have the RLS (Similar) through the Real Eastate Board of NY, only Agents/Agencies can put the listings there. OLR is just a website though a major one, not an MLS/RLS it is similar to Trulia and others but used by some agencies as their database. The larger agencies use RealPlus for the most part except Elliman and Corcoran who use systems they own but that few other agencies use. All of them are connected through the RLS sand excahnge the listings. The RLS has a public Portal called Residentialnyc.com (A part of Rebny though all agencies do not participate for some unknown reason)
An agent who posted a FSBO in OLR would have to label it as an open listing, since OLR is primarily used by agents it would make no sense to do so as you would simply be telling other agents about the listing and they would not need to contact you.
The simple answer is NO!
If we could, we wouldn't. We respect our industry and what it stands for; why would a Realtor in their right mind do something that works against their own industry.
Hire a Realtor...get the job done right. Statistics show that Realtor controlled transactions get 21% more $ for your properties than FSBO's.
HIRE A REALTOR! Nothing....sometimes costs more than something.
I agree with Gail, why would we allow that? Olr you needto pay for, but a blast email will not get your property sold. Hire an agressive agent! A good agent can get you more than selling on your own!! If you seel on your own you will be loosing money why would you do it?!!!
NYC doesn't have MLS, OLR, NY Times is your best choice if you're looking to sell on your own. Please be prepared for the tons of calls from brokers that will call regardless if you indicate no broker calls. Secondly it's going to take you longer in a good market to sell on your own. In this climate it's going to really take you long so be prepared for that. Between your open houses, the window shoppers, the brokers calling for your listing, the brokers visiting your open house for listings, the low ball offers, the buyers that don't qualify after reviewing their financials you might get lucky and sell it. Don't over price your apartment because it will become invisible and then no one will take you seriously regardless if you're "saving money" because you don't have to pay a fee so you're going to put that in the price, please don't do that. If you're having trouble, feel free to contact me down the road, keep the faith!!!!
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