How It Works
Creating Your MLS® Listing
Listing a property for sale or for lease on the Multiple Listing Service® is a process involving three key steps:
1) Collecting accurate property information
2) Formalizing a relationship with a listing brokerage
3) Posting the property information and photos to the real estate board
There are a number of formal documents required to fulfill the first two steps and our online system has helped simplify the completion of these documents. You can follow the easy to use forms within your LetMeList account to provide all the necessary information and the system will populate fully complete listing forms. Once completed all you have to do is the sign the documents and return them to us along with your photos and we will post your property on MLS® with 24 hours.
Making Changes To Your Listing
There may be a time when you need to make corrections or feel that changing or adjusting the MLS® posting will give you an edge over the competition. We understand this and have made sure to provide you will full flexibility when making changes and submitting them to MLS®. Most changes can be done quickly and easily from inside your listing dashboard by making an ‘MLS® change request’ (note that changing some fields in the listing agreement may require a one page amendment form to be signed). In either case we are setup to receive all your requests and make sure that updates are punctual and accurate.
Calls & Emails
One of the key advantages to selling your own home is being able to engage with potential buyers directly. Your phone number is now the main contact for your property listing. Although the MLS® system still does not allow the seller’s phone numbers and email address to be shown on Realtor.ca, our unique brokerage Open Door Realty is built to systematically forward inquiring buyers to you. Our toll free number has live agents 24/7 providing your desired contact information to interested parties. This means you will get all calls and emails directly and can now maintain complete control of the process.