Flat Fee MLS:
FREE TO LIST Residential for Sale listings
FMLS + GAMLS Listing where licensed agents look
Optional “coming soon” status up to 21 days before live, public listing. Visible by 44K+ Georgia real estate agents on FMLS.
Contract Forms + More by Georgia Association of REALTORS
Syndicates to Zillow, Trulia, Realtor.com, 1K+
No expiration date & No relisting fee
Licensed and operated in GA
GAMLS & FMLS
Flat Fee Listing Service
We offer residential and commercial flat fee listings in the State of Georgia. Click below to see our flat fee options and pricing. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us via e-mail or call us at the Simply List™ office in Marietta, GA.
Our company is proud to be an advocate for Georgia property owners.
We believe in offering alternative real estate brokerage services to meet Georgia property selling needs through a flat fee MLS listing service. We are unmatched in our commitment to professionalism and customer service.
Our flat fee MLS listing customers are price conscious, proactive, and prefer to retain control over the selling process. A flat fee listing through us will list your home on both Georgia MLS and FMLS, while keeping your sale “by owner” in all other aspects.
What is a flat fee MLS listing service?
Simply List™ takes your property information, and places it on the Multiple Listing Services (Georgia Multiple Listing Service and First Multiple Listing Service). Publication to the lists are only accessible by licensed real estate agents in Georgia. It is where other agents find properties for their clients to potentially buy.
Why would you want to use the Simply List™ flat fee MLS listing service?
With Simply List™, your property will be syndicated to almost all agents in Georgia, as well as major websites such as Zillow, Trulia and Realtor.com. You can use our legal, up-to-date contract forms we purchase every year from the Georgia Association of Realtors to negotiate the sale of your property. This cuts out the majority of the commission you would be paying a listing broker. In short, you get to keep more of the profit!