Where do We return Your Signs After We Have Sold?
Do you have open house signs?
Our new sign designs come with a blank center space allowing you to write your open house times on the main sign. The new poly sign design also comes with arrow stickers so you may use it as a directional sign as well. If you need additional signs, we can mail them to you. There will be a shipping & handling fee for each sign mailed. You may also find open house signs at the local hardware stores or online shops.
Do you charge closing costs or other fees?
Qchomeshow.com does “not” have you sign a contract, collect a commission, or have any closing costs whatsoever.
You only pay us for your virtual tour ad, sign deposits (if any), travel fee (if beyond our travel zone), and that is it.
If you choose the MLS package, the “agent” will have you sign a listing contract, and will collect a commission “if” he sells the property. If you sell the property – you do not owe the agent another dime!
What does your site offer over the competition?
Can I advertise on other websites as well as your site?
YES. Your advertising dollars are just that, YOURS! We will not tell you how to spend your money or forbid you to advertise on our site exclusively. It has been brought to my attention that “other” websites insist on this, but we would NEVER infringe on our client’s right to advertise their homes whenever and wherever they please. (Yes, agents are welcome to advertise as well).
Can I use the photos you took on other sites, etc?
The pictures taken are property of quadcityhomeshow.com.
Recently, we have created a temporary policy to see if allowing the photos on Zillow/Trulia will work without any problems.
Please read the blog link for details -> https://www.qchomeshow.com/zillow-and-trulia-advertising/
If I decide to list my home with an agent while listing my home on your site, will you allow me to use them as my contact?
If I sell my home before the time period is up, can I get a prorated refund?
There are no prorated refunds.
Do I have to sign a contract?
. Quad City Home Show does not require you to sign any contracts. The conditions for listing, advertising, and using this site are all detailed on the “terms and conditions page. If you decide to use the MLS package – you will have to sign a contract with the listing agent.
Are you a licensed agent?
Home Show Tours Inc. Dba QcHomeShow.com, QuadCityHomeshow.com, TheFsboPros.com, offers advertising services to property sellers and is not in any way a real estate brokerage. Home Show Tours Inc. does not collect a commission, closing costs, or any such compensation from the sale of the customer’s property.
Troy Vavrosky, President and sole owner of Home Show Tours Inc. is a licensed real estate broker in the state of Illinois.
Customers, by doing business with Home Show Tours Inc. have not entered into any agency relationship expressed or implied by use of the advertising services of Home Show Tours Inc.
Should any customer choose to use the services of the multiple listing service or other real estate brokers services, a separate agency agreement will be provided at that time.
If you have any questions or concerns of this policy, please contact us.
How do I go about getting new photos?
If you wish to have new photos taken, the charge is $50 for our time & travel.
If you wish to take your own photos & email them to us, we will replace them for free.
You may also upload new photos via the site’s new client login interface.
How much will it cost me to renew my current listing?
Please call us at 309-756-SHOW (7469) to discuss renewal. With our new site design, we have yet to add the renewal rates to the payment processor. FYI – You are always welcome to upgrade to the MLS package – you initial package cost ($990 – your original cost = around $740-790) <– What is this? Click here for more info
Why is the address on the sold properties not complete?
As of April 2018, the sold properties include all the info on the ad. Prior to that, the full info was not added: To protect the new homeowner’s and the seller’s privacy, we have decided that it is not a good practice to let the viewer’s view the interior photos, complete address, and contact information after the home has been sold. I am sure you will agree, you would not want this information accessible after the home is sol if “you” were either the buyer or seller.