The Metrolist Board of Directors finally approved a flat fee of $38 per month for Denver Metrolist real estate services, effective on March 1, 2010.

“This is a historic moment for Metrolist. Our customers have been asking for a flat fee for years, and now we are able to respond,” stated Pat Bybee, President and CEO.

Why now you ask?
Recent customer feedback surveys have indicated that users of PrimeAccess are not fully learning or adopting the new tools due to concerns about high timeshare bills.  Customers complain about having to “watch the clock” and feeling pressured to get in and out of the system in order to avoid being billed.

Responding to which services will be covered under the new rate Melissa Olson, MetroList‘s Senior Manager of Marketing, stated, “The monthly $38 flat fee will be per Realtor Associate/Appraiser. This fee includes UNLIMITED use of PrimeAccess MLS and Public Records tools – no more timeshare!  We will also include IDX Professional services with the monthly flat fee, currently billed at $5/month. And, all of the other professional-grade tools such as Instanet (online forms and document management), ShowingAssist, Colorado FactFinder, Financial Calculators and more are included with the flat fee.”

What’s this mean for the consumer (the home buyer or seller)?
Bottom line… It means that your Denver Realtor will now be able to provide you with better service!

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