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Typical seller-side listing fees are a percentage of the sales price of a home; usually upwards of 2.5-3.5% of the sales price (with another 3% for the buyer’s agent). Our model is a tiered flat-fee structure: 


Sales Price                                          Seller-Side Commission
Under $200,000                                   2% of the Sales Price
$200,000 to 399,999                            $4,000

Over $400,000                                     $5,000


This pricing structure does not sacrifice anything when it comes to service. You still get all the same things you would for a 6% listing! As soon as your listing enters the Lawrence MLS, I syndicate it to all the sites you’re probably familiar with (like and, plus others that you may not have yet heard of such as WikiRealty. This IDX feed casts a wide net and provides maximum exposure for your home. 


Kansas real estate law states that an agent must represent their client to their full ability, not based on amount of their commission. This is why the R+K Real Estate model – only charging the seller either 5% or a flat fee – provides a tremendous advantage that many home sellers might not have previously had access to. 



Depending on what you pay the Buyer’s Agent, which is typically 3%, here are some examples showing the difference in what you pay: 


Sales Price                R+K Flat Fee +3% Buyer Agent Fee          Full 6% Commission
$149,900                                          $7,495 (2% Seller Side)                                  $8,994
$225,000                                          $10,750                                                           $13,500
$500,000                                          $20,000                                                           $30,000

$750,000                                          $27,500                                                           $45,000


The higher the home price, the higher the savings!
Think about it this, if you have a home worth $1,000,000 and you list with an agent charging 6%, you’re paying them $60,000 to sell your home. That’s more than the average annual salary in Lawrence! In theory, or by state law, an agent must work just as hard for a client selling a $50,000 house. Is there really a reason one agent gets paid $60,000 and another one gets paid $3,000 to do the same job? We don’t believe so, and our pricing structure should prove it! 

This content is not the product of the National Association of REALTORS®, and may not reflect NAR's viewpoint or position on these topics and NAR does not verify the accuracy of the content.