Realty Executives 100% Commission Program

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Start your real estate business year out right with Realty Executives By Realty Choice’s 100% commission program. You earned it, you keep it!

Are you a Missouri real estate agent ready for 2018 to be an amazing and prosperous year? Why not start with a friendly and discreet visit with Realty Executives by Realty Choice LLC? We are confident that we can keep more of your hard earned dollars in your pocket.

For more information please contact Phil Bostron – Broker/Owner at (417) 881-5656 text or call at (417) 773-0434 or use the form below.

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5 Home Staging Myths When Selling Springfield Homes

After cleaning, packing, renovating and painting for months, staging a Springfield, MO home feels like the “fun part” of home selling. But making a major home-staging mistake could potentially sabotage efforts to sell. Continue reading

Realty Executives 100% Commission Program

Happy New Year!

Start your real estate business year out right with Realty Executives By Realty Choice’s 100% commission program. You earned it, you keep it!

For more information please contact us at (417) 881-5656 or use the form below.

Always 100% Private and Discreet.

Springfield MO Home Buying and Selling Trends for 2018

Predicting the Springfield, MO housing market in the New Year is difficult unless you have a crystal ball. Most Springfield real estate agents expect 2018 to remain a warm housing market in most neighborhoods. Home buyers will likely experience a slight increase in mortgage rates but nothing to deter buying. Home values along with prices and sales were strong in 2017. Throughout the country, home prices are back to the peak before the Great Recession. From a national standpoint, the median home prices for condos and single-family homes stood at about $225,000. Home prices on a national level went up about 7 percent compared to the year before. For buyers moving to Springfield, MO, from high-flying housing markets such as Denver and Seattle, there is greater buying power. The New Year shows positive signs for selling and buying in Springfield. Continue reading