Your form has been submitted!
Complete any remaining steps below when you are ready. We will contact you shortly if you purchased a home-visit service. Also, a Lead Disclosure or NH Seller Disclosure form may be required for your property. The Listing Contract receipt that we email to you will contain a link to the form(s) if needed.
List your property in the MLS in just 4 easy steps! We will typically list your property in the MLS within 12-24-hours after all the steps have been completed. You will be notified by email and text once it has been posted live. Steps 1 and 3 are completed by us when you purchase our home-visit listing service. If needed, you can edit your submission for Steps 1-3 by clicking the ‘Edit Response’ link found at the bottom of the confirmation email. Be sure to resubmit it after you make any changes.
Gather your property details and start your MLS listing here. Skip this step if you will be purchasing our home-visit listing service (see Place Order).
Complete our Listing Contract and Guidelines form. We will be acting in the capacity of a non-agent for your sale, as opposed to a seller’s agent.
Which steps have I completed?
You will receive an email after you have completed each step (steps 1-3 are not saved in your account). To determine if you have already completed a step, search your inbox for your property address or any of the corresponding email subjects below. If needed, you can edit your submission for Steps 1-3 by clicking the ‘Edit Response’ link found at the bottom of the confirmation email. Be sure to resubmit it after you make any changes.
Step 1 – search for ‘Property Details Receipt’
Step 2 – search for ‘Listing Contract Receipt’
Step 3 – search for ‘Upload Photos Receipt’
Step 4 – search for ‘Simply List Me order’
Is a lead or property disclosure form required?
Check your inbox after you have completed Step 2, if either disclosure form is required you will receive an email with a link to complete it. You still must disclose any defects or applicable items where requested on Steps 1 & 2 whether a property disclosure form is required or not.