(PRWEB) September 01, 2016 SaveOnFees Inc., a Palo Alto, California company, announces its initial launch in Orlando before revolutionizing the residential home selling experience nationwide. Following the completion of its seed round of financing, SaveOnFees will launch its free online service for home sellers at the Orlando Home & Garden Show on September 9-11. The new web & mobile app-based service allows home sellers to quickly and anonymously find the perfect real estate agent while comparing commission rates. In as little as 60 seconds and at no cost, home sellers complete a simple online process to receive customized proposals from full-service real estate agents. their websiteHome sellers will now have the ability to compare agent information, proposals and commission rates, maximizing their savings and reducing the amount of time and effort required to find their ideal agent. Once the preferred agent is selected, the selling process begins. We are disrupting the way home selling has been done for decades, said Benoit Briere, SaveOnFees Co-founder and CEO. By creating a true marketplace where qualified real estate agents compete for the opportunity to sell a home, SaveOnFees takes the uncertainty out of commission fees and finding the perfect agent. In order to provide home sellers with this opportunity, SaveOnFees works with all Realtors including national brokerages and boutique agencies to provide a large variety and selection of agents to suit each home sellers unique needs. The value to real estate agents is also clear.
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