One Percent Listing Fee Arrives in 18 Additional Markets

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Redfin is thrilled to announce we’re extending our 1 percent listing fee to home sellers in 18 additional markets. Home sellers in the following markets will pay Redfin just 1 percent of the final sale price, subject to a minimum of between $3,000 to $5,500.

Market Minimum Fee Market Minimum Fee
CA – Inland Empire $3,500 NV – Reno $3,000
CA – Lake Tahoe $3,000 NM – Statewide $3,000
CA – Los Angeles $5,500 NY – Hudson Valley $4,500
CA – Orange County $5,500 NY – Long Island $4,500
CA – Sacramento $3,500 NY – New York $4,500
CA – San Diego $5,000 OR – Portland $3,500
CO – Denver $3,000 RI – Statewide $3,000
DC – Washington, D.C. $4,500 TX – Austin $3,000
HI – Statewide $4,500 TX – Dallas $3,000
IL – Chicago $3,000 TX – Houston $3,000
MA – Boston $4,500 VA – Northern Virginia $4,500
MD – Statewide $4,000 WA – Seattle $4,500
NJ – Statewide $3,500
Italics represent markets where Redfin previously offered 1% listings.

Sellers typically pay their listing agent a commission of 2.5 to 3 percent of the home’s sale price. With a 1 percent listing fee, sellers working with a Redfin agent will save between $7,000 and $10,000 on a $500,000 home sale. The 1 percent listing fee does not include buyer’s agent commission, which is typically paid by the seller.

The lowered listing fee is being offset by a reduction of the Redfin refund for buyers in the new 1 percent listing markets. Buyers can continue to see the amount of the refund, which is based on the price of the home, on the home listing page.  The 18 new markets join Baltimore, Chicago, Denver, San Diego, Seattle, Washington, D.C., and Northern Virginia, where Redfin rolled out a trial test of 1 percent listing fees. 1 percent listings are now available to 80 percent of Redfin home sellers. Redfin will continue to charge a 1.5 percent listing fee in the other markets where it operates, which is already a significant value.

“This pricing better reflects how our customers want to pay a real estate agent,” said Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman. “Especially in today’s hot market, the most value-conscious customer is the one selling, not buying, a home. We first tried shifting more savings from buyers to sellers nearly three years ago, with 1 percent pricing in Washington, D.C., and then later in four other markets, and our overall share gains in those markets have outpaced other Redfin markets.”

Every seller who works with Redfin receives the following, included in the fee, paid for by Redfin:

  • A dedicated listing agent with experience selling homes in the local area, backed by a team of support staff who make the process run smoothly.
  • One of the industry’s most thorough pricing analyses, which combines Redfin’s proprietary algorithms for estimating the value of a home and the expertise of a local Redfin agent.
  • Professional photography.
  • A Redfin 3D Walkthrough tour, letting buyers view a three-dimensional floor plan online, then interact with every aspect of the home from any direction, as if walking from room to room.
  • Open houses, hosted by a Redfin agent, with visitors registered by our own iPad application for immediate follow-up.
  • Online marketing with the listing featured above others on, the U.S.’s #1 brokerage website. Redfin also runs email and digital advertising campaigns to reach just the right buyers.
  • Pre-marketing of Redfin listings, where permitted by local rules, with tools for gathering feedback on the number of interested buyers and what price they would pay for the property.
  • Professionally designed and beautifully produced print brochures.
  • The Redfin Home Dashboard, letting sellers track online visits to their listing and the latest competitive market conditions in their neighborhood.

Offering the Redfin home-selling experience for just a 1 percent listing fee builds on Redfin’s mission to make real estate better for consumers,” said Karen Krupsaw, senior vice president of real estate operations. “We are addressing every pain point for sellers– not only the cost of selling a home– but the challenges of setting the right price, getting the property ready to list, making a strong debut on the market and keeping track of logistics and paperwork.”

For three consecutive years, Redfin has sold listings for more money, with a higher rate of success than the industry average. Specifically, homes listed with Redfin sell for an average of $3,000 more and had a higher chance of selling, with 75 percent of listings selling within 90 days, compared to 69 percent among comparable listings across the country.

Redfin publishes comprehensive information about each of its agents, including homes they have sold, areas of expertise and customer reviews, so sellers can choose an agent who has the local knowledge and experience that meets their needs.

Homeowners who are interested in selling can visit to learn more about Redfin’s service and connect with a Redfin agent in their neighborhood.

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Alina writes about the real estate market in Washington, D.C. and works with media throughout the mid-Atlantic region from Virginia Beach to Philadelphia. She’s addicted to the Redfin app and loves looking at homes in random cities she’ll most likely never live. She spends her free time fixing up her fixer-upper. Redfin is a full-service real estate brokerage that uses modern technology to make clients smarter and faster. For more information about working with a Redfin real estate agent to buy or sell a home, visit our "Why Redfin?," page.

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