What's the "net asking price"?

The net asking price for your home is the estimated amount you would make on the sale of your home with a full price offer after any buyer-specific costs. At Faira, we let you set the amount you want to make on the sale and then add the potential buyer’s commission and platform fee on top, so you know before you even list the home a range of what to expect at closing. See below:
 
 
In this example, a seller has set their net price (the amount they’d like to make) at $100,000. From there, we add the platform fee and buyer’s agent commission (if applicable) on top, which gives you the MLS price of $103,573. This is the price that’s displayed to potential buyers on both Faira and the MLS. Notice that regardless of whether or not the buyer has an agent, the net price stays the same.
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