Kelly Right Real Estate Provides Full Service At Less Cost In Seattle

Fast-growing Pacific Northwest firm, Keller Right Real Estate rewards sellers with large commission rebates and buyers with substantial savings

Anyone can search the internet and find homes for sale. They can check a property’s sales history, neighborhood schools, shopping and transportation availability and much more. However, those who are serious about buying or selling can realize maximum benefits by utilizing the services of a firm such as Kelly Right Real Estate which has an established record of providing real buyer and seller benefits. Kelly Right is one of the fastest growing real estate companies in the Pacific Northwest because of their client-friendly practice of rewarding sellers with commission rebates and buyers with substantial savings.

In the Seattle area the seller usually pays 6% of the purchase price to a traditional real estate broker. This is split with the buyer’s agent. Sellers listing homes with Kelly Right are charged 1.5% listing commission and the seller pays 2.5% to the buyer’s agent. That equals 4%, a saving of 2%. Two per cent in today’s real estate market commands much more respect than the actual number suggests.

Purchasing property through Kelly Right can earn a substantial rebate. Buyer agents usually earn 3% commission paid by the seller. Kelly Right gives 25% of their commission to the buyer at closing. This can be used for closing costs or a check can be issued to buy something for the new home or however the new home owner wishes to use it. The firm will show properties and negotiate on the client’s schedule.

Kelly Right Real Estate offers discount real estate brokerage services throughout the Seattle area. A complete list of communities served can be found on the website. Buying or selling a home can be a really big deal, sometimes one of the most important lifetime decisions a person makes. The agents at Kelly Right are always ready to discuss prospects’ needs and are proud of their customer approval record.

For more information, visit Questions can be asked through the contact form on the site, via e-mail to or call 206-823-2277.

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