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When you purchase your piece of real estate through Exsell Real Estate Experts, LLC, you’ll notice that we have exquisitely stunning homes. Each of the featured properties on our list are homes that are must-see ones. If you’re in the market for a new house, you might have a difficult time lowering your options. From East Shore Lake frontage homes to stunning views of lakes, you’ll have a selection to pick from. Some of the featured properties we offer are larger with multiple bedrooms and bathrooms. However, if you’re looking for a quaint residence, then we also have real estate that can meet those demands.

About the Communities

Our real estate service s extend over seven counties, throughout southeast Wisconsin. We focus on real estate in Waukesha, Ozaukee, Washington, Milwaukee, Racine, Dodge, & Sheboygan Counties. If you reside or you are moving to any of these seven counties, then contact Exsell Real Estate Experts, LLC. Each of these seven counties have a little something different to offer, so if you’re trying to decide between them, then we can enlighten you to the positives of each community to help you make a solid and educated decision.

  • Waukesha County

    Waukesha County is the third most populated county in the Southeast Wisconsin area. It’s located close to Milwaukee County. This county also has affluent regions in it that anyone would be lucky enough to live in. Waukesha County is home to wild life, entertainment, and you’ll be hardpressed to find houses in the area that are more stunning. If you’re looking for a house that’s comfortable and spacious, then you’ll be able to find the house of your dreams in this delightful county.

    • Chenequa
    • Oconomowoc Lake
    • Summit
    • Lac La Belle
    • Okauchee Lake
    • Hartland
    • Brookfield

    • Mukwonago
    • Menomonee Falls
    • Oconomowoc
    • Merton
    • New Berlin
    • Pewaukee
    • Sussex

    • Elm Grove
    • Muskego
    • Delafield
    • Dousman
    • Waukesha

  • Ozaukee County

    Ozaukee County has a population of close to 100,000, but not quite there. You don’t have to worry about overcrowding or not being able to engage with nature in this pleasurable county. Ozaukee County has the 2nd lowest poverty rate in the entire United States. It’s one of the wealthiest counties as well. The area can brag about the low crime rates and high graduation rates. If you have a child in school and you’re looking for a good education system, then consider moving to Ozaukee County. This county is one of the best places to raise a family because of the well-to-do community that strives to be gregarious and caring toward every resident.

    • Port Washington
    • Cedarburg
    • Saukville

    • Fredonia
    • Grafton
    • Mequon

    • Belgium
    • Thiensville

  • Washington County

    Our real estate company is located in the Germantown area. We know this area very well and can give you the big picture of what to expect from the amiable community. Washington County has an abundance of beautiful places that are filled with stunning homes. Since it’s such a close distance to Milwaukee, anyone who resides in Washington County will have access to not only more of a city life and the benefits of entertainment, but also to the beautiful surrounding areas. In addition, you have a close proximity to Milwaukee Bay. If you want to live outside of a larger city in a more suburban area, then Washington County should be on your list of communities to explore for housing.

    • Germantown
    • Kewaskum
    • Jackson

    • Allenton
    • Richfield
    • Hartford

    • Slinger
    • West Bend
    • Hubertus

  • Milwaukee County

    Milwaukee County has a population of close to one million. With so much to do in the area, you’ll find both entertainment and nature within close proximity to any type of area of Milwaukee County you choose to live in. Milwaukee County is filled with beauty both around the major city and outside of it in the suburbs. The houses are stunning and beautiful and range from modern to more rustic. You also have access to delicious restaurants with a variety of cheeses and beers. If you want to enjoy an affluent community with entertainment and access to beautiful scenery, then Milwaukee County should be explored for housing.

    White Fish Bay
    River Hills

    West Allis

    Oak Creek
    Fox Point


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The Exsell Blog

  • Flat Fee vs Other Types of Real Estate Commission Models and Brokerages
  • Are you looking to sell your home? If so, you are probably wondering what type of selling strategy you should use. This is a common debate for home sellers – should you stress over selling your own home, go with a traditional real estate commission agent, or eliminate all stress by going with a flat fee real estate agent?  We understand that choosing the right brokerage can be difficult. The internet has made brokerage’s easier to find than ever before. Your first step should be to understand the various types of real estate commission models. The main types of real estate brokerages are limited service brokers, traditional real estate brokers, and flat fee real estate agents. The difference between each of these is their approach to the cost of commission and services. What is limited-service real estate? Limited service brokers provide different services depending on the brokerage. These services range from the photography of the home to MLS listings, but do not include all the benefits that come with a traditional brokerage. Most individuals choose a limited-service real estate broker because the commission fee is lower than 6%.  Oftentimes, limited-service real estate brokers will assist with listing your home on an MLS, and then expect you to do the rest until it is time to close on the house.  What are traditional service real estate commission types? Traditional real estate agents offer more of a full-service experience. Real estate agents will take care of every service, and then coordinate the closing process. A traditional broker commission model is usually6% on closing, which is going to cost more for you as home sellers.  To put this into perspective, if your home was listed for $300,000 and you sell your home for full listing price, your real estate agent will get a 6% commission totaling $18,000. This total is not simply going to your real estate agent, but also the real estate agent of the home buyer. Where does Flat Fee Real Estate come into play? Flat fee real estate agents are ‘traditional’ agents without the cost of paying 6% on commission. When we talk about a flat fee real estate agent, it means precisely what it says. You will be paying a flat fee regardless of how much your home sells.  If your home sells for $300,000, $9,000 needs to be set aside for the buyer’s agent. If you combine the $9,000 with your $2,500 flat fee, that totals at $12,000. Without a real estate commission type of agent, you will be left with $6,000 in your pocket. A flat fee real estate agent does the same amount of work as a traditional agent. There are virtually no cons to using a flat fee model. In fact, this model will help you save money that can be put towards your future house endeavors.  Exsell’s expert flat fee real estate agents do it all. Our agents don’t cut corners just because they are getting paid a flat fee rather than commission. Flat […]

  • Flat Fee vs. Commission Real Estate Explained
  • If you’re reading this, you have most likely decided to sell your home. Your next question is probably, how should I sell my home? When it comes to selling your home, there are several things to consider – how quickly do you want to sell your home, how much time do you have to sell your home, how much do you want to get from selling your room, and how much money is a traditional real estate agent going to cost. When selling or purchasing a home, you want to make sure you have the best realtor for the job. Ask your realtor if they are compensated using a flat fee model, or using a commission-based model. This will give you more insight into the difference between a flat fee MLS approach vs. a commission-based realtor approach.  However, it’s good to have an idea of how these two approaches differ before you have that conversation.  We’ve outlined what a flat fee vs. commission real estate approach looks like.  Commission-Based Real Estate Explained  A traditional real estate agent should be assessed based on their online reviews. This will provide you with in-depth information regarding your soon-to-be realtor. This research will save you time, frustration, and provide you with a professional agent to sell your home. Traditional real estate agents have been paid commission for as long as the real estate market has been around. Typically, commission costs are 5%-6% of the home’s final sale prices. To put this into perspective, if your home was listed for $300,000 and you sell your home for full listing price, your real estate agent will get a 6% commission totaling $18,000. This total is not simply going to your real estate agent, but also the real estate agent of the home buyer.  Real estate agents typically split the money, but the only time they do not split the money is if there is a dual agent representing both buyers and sellers. This is a difficult process because it is hard to always consider the client while gaining commission. Because of dual agent representation, most agents will not represent both and would rather choose the buyer or the seller.  Consider that commission compensation is anywhere between 5% and6% of the final sale price. There are no laws that set a price on commission rates. This means anyone can have an open discussion with their real estate agent regarding an agreeable commission rate. Understand that real estate agents are not obligated to change their price, but it would be a due service if they would consider it. While we oftentimes only consider commission rates for homes, commission rates are relevant for vacant lots. When it comes to vacant lot sales, real estate agents can make up to 20% commission. Therefore, it is crucially important to read the contract provided to you by your agent.  Flat Fee Real Estate Explained Flat fee real estate is exactly what it sounds like – a one-time flat fee regardless of the […]

  • 10 Benefits of a Flat Fee Realtor
  • We understand the hesitation of listing with a flat fee realtor. Most individuals don’t understand the benefits of a flat fee realtor and think there’s a hidden catch. As Wisconsin’s best in flat fee real estate, Exsell is here to educate you on flat-fee listings, and how it can help you save thousands on seller’s agent commission costs. Below are the top 10 benefits of working with a flat fee realtor.  1. Save on Commission Costs We understand that commission costs can be expensive and a bother. As a flat fee MLS real estate brokerage, we do not collect the typical 6% commission. At Exsell, our flat fee rate is $2,500 and only 2.4% goes to the agent representing the buyer, saving you thousands on agent commissions. We ensure your home is listed on MLS listing services, but do not leave you after merely listing your home, rather help you through the selling process. Check out our commission calculator to see how much you can save. 2. Efficient Sales with No Catch There is no catch! You receive full-service listing experts who manage the process from consultation all the way to close. Do not let our cost savings fool you. We are a full-service agency. You get everything you would expect from a traditional real estate agent, but with the added benefit of working with a technology-enabled, customer-focused team. 3. Timely Sales Process When you choose our flat fee realtors, you are given a turn-around time fit for your needs. Once you complete our forms, we upload your site to the MLS. The MLS then propagates your property on all local listing sites and, if you want, national listing sites.  4. MLS Listing Services As a for sale by owner (FSBO) seller, we understand that you would like to be as hands-on in the selling process as we are. You are given access to your online listing to control all the minute details – photos, price, location concerns, description, etc.  5. Less Commitment With traditional real estate agents, you are locked into a contract, and committed to paying the 6% promised in that contract. When using a flat fee service, there is a ‘no obligation contract’ which allows you to exit the contract and sales process at any point. You will not pay a flat fee unless your home successfully closes.  6. For Sale by Owner Listing Tools As an FSBO seller, you are not given all the assets available to real estate agents. When you choose our flat fee services you are choosing to gain MLS key boxes, marketing documentation, flyers, and assistance from our expert agents on how to use these assets.  7. A Comparative Report A Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) report is critical towards choosing a listing price. We will provide this type of report to make sure your property is listed appropriately. If you were to sell your property without one of our flat fee realtors, this asset would not be available to you.  8. Accommodate […]

Our Real Estate Agents

When you decide to choose our real estate agent, you’ll work with an expert real estate agent who will take your needs into consideration when looking for a house. A real estate agent will walk you through each home that catches your eye and go over what each residence has to offer. We’ll take into account what you’re looking for in a house and with our expert knowledge, we’ll guide you through the process from start to finish in a simple and efficient fashion. We will do everything we can to help you find the house of your dreams in the community you desire.

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