The new way to sell.

Why use Hometuit?

To save thousands using our tech, attorneys, agents, and other experts.
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That’s how much we’ve saved our customers

On average, we save Hometuit sellers over $10,000 per transaction. That’s a lot of money. That’s enough to take a family of five to the movies every weekend for three and a half years!

How Much Does it Cost?

Listing Package

Includes: Realtor and attorney assistance, Home Value Report, paperwork assistance, online marketing (including MLS and Facebook), professional photography, recyclable yard sign, tour scheduling, offer assistance, seller dashboard, e-signing tools.

Seller listing fee in two installments

  • Installment 1 – Paid Now* $199
  • Installment 2 – Paid at Closing** $1,799

*Non-refundable **Additional buyer fees may apply

Find out how much you can save versus using a traditional agent.

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How Hometuit Works

  1. Sign up with Hometuit

    9 days prior to your listing going live

  2. Schedule Your Photos

    (Photographer contacts you within 2 business days to schedule appointment)

  3. Select Your Photos

    You choose the photos and organize them the way you want for your ads

  4. Receive Value Report and Pick Pricing

    1-4 business days from listing

  5. Sign Listing Agreement with Hometuit

  6. Yard Sign Installed

    1-2 business days after signing agreement for select areas

  7. We Build Your Ads

    MLS is optional

  8. Your Listing Goes Live, MLS,, Zillow, and more

  9. Receive Tour Requests

    If you priced it well you’ll get the most in your first couple weeks

  10. Tours Turn into Offers

    Generally no longer than 28 days from listing

  11. Negotiate Offers

    Our attorneys and agents help with negotiations and contracts

  12. Go Under Contract

    We’ll help you coordinate inspections, appraisals, title work, and closing date

  13. Attend Closing

    Throw a party with all the money you saved. (Don't forget to invite your Hometuits!)

Have questions? Call (385) 429-6888

Start Listing

Hometuit Seller FAQs

  • How do I get started with Hometuit?

    Click “List Your Home” to start the signup process. Fill in the basic information about your home and enter your payment information. You should sign up 3-5 days before you want your listing to go live. Once the listing is live, people can use Hometuit to schedule tours of your home and make offers. Contact us with any questions about the selling process.

  • How do I get photos of my home?

    Professional photography is included as part of the seller package. We will contact you within one business day of signing up to schedule an appointment to take photos of your home.

  • What if I have my own photos?

    We recommend having our professional photographer come out. This service is included and you’ll have even more good shots to choose from. If you have certain photos of your home that you’d like to use, you can send a shareable Dropbox or Google Drive link and we will include them in your listing and online ads.

  • Is it extra to be listed on the MLS?

    Our standard advertising package includes a free listing on the local multiple listing service (MLS) and most sellers opt to be listed in order to increase visibility and traffic to the home. Some areas in Utah and Arizona are outside of Hometuit’s MLS coverage but you may be able to still list with us. Contact to find out exactly which MLS services Hometuit uses.

  • Do I have to pay a buyer’s agent commission (BAC)?

    If you choose to list your home on the MLS, you decide how much of a buyer agent commission you are willing to pay. The typical buyer agent commission is 3% and many sellers choose to offer a commission to buyers’ agents to get as many potential buyers in the door as possible. If you receive and accept an offer from a non-Hometuit buyer, you would pay whatever commission you promised to pay on the MLS. If you receive and accept an offer from a Hometuit buyer, you pay only a $1,799 buyer transaction fee, NOT the full buyer agent commission you agreed to pay on the MLS. This is another way Hometuit saves you thousands of dollars should you choose to go with a Hometuit buyer.

  • How does the Hometuit-2-Hometuit deal work?

    The Hometuit-2-Hometuit deal incentivizes sellers to inform interested unrepresented buyers to use Hometuit. If you, the seller, accept an offer from a Hometuit-represented buyer, then you will not have to pay the full buyer agent commission (BAC) listed on the MLS. Instead you only pay a $1,799 buyer transaction fee, in addition to your normal listing charges. Hometuit-2-Hometuit saves sellers thousands in buyer agent commissions, in addition to savings on sell-side commissions, and rewards everyone for being a Hometuit.

  • What does the Hometuit Buyer Refund mean to me as a Hometuit seller?

    Nothing. The Hometuit Buyer Refund applies only to contracts in which a Hometuit buyer purchases a non-Hometuit home. Since you are listed with Hometuit, you would not pay any buyer refund fees.

  • How does call filtering work?

    When you list your home with Hometuit, you’ll want to keep your private phone information private, so we assign you a Hometuit-specific phone number. Callers can select one of three options. They can: 1) schedule a tour; 2) contact you directly; or 3) hear a description of your home. You can then choose which calls you want to respond to and avoid those calls that tend to be a disruption. Note: now that Hometuit is a real estate brokerage, other real estate agents are not allowed to call you for the purpose of trying to acquire your listing.

  • How does Hometuit help sellers price their homes?

    Hometuit is a licensed real estate brokerage and provides sellers with a Home Value Report that includes data on active and recently sold comparable properties. The report helps sellers zero in on a price that’s both attractive to buyers and highly profitable.

  • What if I don’t understand something when filling out my forms?

    Don’t worry, Hometuit’s got your back. One of our attorneys can answer any questions you have. Just email us.

  • Should I hold an Open House?

    The purpose for holding an open house has changed. Most potential buyers will have already seen your house online and would typically prefer to view it in person without other people walking around. Still, an open house can work to your advantage. When buyers see other buyers interested in your home, their interest increases. Open houses can lead to multiple offers at the same time. Download a checklist on how to hold a Modern Open House.

  • How do I choose between offers?

    In a hot seller market, it’s not uncommon to receive two or more offers. We highly recommend going over all offers with Hometuit attorneys so they can point out the pros and cons of each. With more than one offer, you can choose to respond to all open offers by telling interested parties to submit their highest and best offers. At this point, you can choose the offer that works best for you. For more tips on selecting offers, download our Sell Your Home with Confidence ebook.

  • Should I stage my house?

    You will show your home in one of three states: 1) as is; 2) empty; or 3) staged. The best choice depends upon quite a few factors, which we cover in Staged to Sell, an eBook in our Seller’s Toolkit.

  • How much time do I have to decide on an offer?

    Most offers include a response deadline of several hours to several days. We’ll help you through the entire process, but for the lowdown on what to expect, get your copy of our Sell Your Home with Confidence ebook.

  • Why should my buyers get pre-approved through Hometuit Loans?

    There’s nothing more frustrating for both buyers and sellers than when a transaction doesn’t go through. Be sure you’re spending your time and energy with qualified buyers by asking them to get prequalified with Hometuit Loans (Hometuit’s sister company) prior to touring your home. That way you don’t spend an hour cleaning and straightening up for a buyer who can’t afford to buy your home.

  • Will Hometuit install my yard sign for me?

    Hometuit now installs yard signs in select areas of Utah. The approximate area of coverage includes Box Elder, Davis, Morgan, Salt Lake, Summit, Tooele, Utah, and Wasatch Counties. Upon signing your listing agreement with Hometuit, your post will be installed that same business day or the next in most cases. If you’re outside the coverage area, then your post will be shipped for self-installation. It will ship the same business day or the next once you sign your listing agreement.

    The hanging sign portion ships directly to you (via USPS) regardless of post install method.

  • I decided not to sell my house anymore. Can I remove my listing?

    You can have your listing taken down at any time, however the setup fee is non-refundable. It covers the cost of your Hometuit yard sign, professional photography, value report, and overhead for initial setup and verification tasks. If you are unsure about selling your home or have questions about Hometuit, please contact us before listing.

    Once you’ve signed the listing agreement, it is valid for 12 months. Regardless of where a potential buyer comes from during that period, you agree to pay Hometuit the fees specified in your listing agreement, even if you have your ads taken down.


You can cancel your listing at any time, however the setup fee is non-refundable. It covers the cost of your Hometuit yard sign and professional photography, which are shipped and ordered automatically when you sign up. If you are unsure about selling your home or have questions about Hometuit, please contact us before listing.

The MLS and Buyer Agent Commission

The Multiple Listing Service (MLS) is a website where real estate agents search for homes for their buyers. These agents are typically paid a Buyer Agent Commission (BAC) by the seller. Your seller listing fee doesn’t cover any buyer commissions or fees. Here are the two most likely scenarios:

Buyer is using a traditional real estate agent

If you choose to add your home to the MLS, you will need to specify how much BAC (Buyer Agent Commission) you are willing to pay the buyer’s agent. To sell your home quickly, we recommend listing on the MLS and offer a typical commision of 2.5% to 3% to the buyer’s agent.

Buyer is also using Hometuit (Hometuit-2-Hometuit Deal)

You save even more when the buyer is also represented by Hometuit. We charge a flat $1,799 buyer fee in addition to the $1,799 seller listing fee instead of typical commissions. This covers the cost of Hometuit’s agents and attorneys managing the entire transaction for the sellers and buyers.

Example of total fees on $400,000 home:
Costs if Buyer is Using Traditional Agent Costs if Buyer and Seller are Using Hometuit
Total $13,998 Total $3,797
Seller listing fee installment 1
(paid to Hometuit)
$199 Seller listing fee installment 1
(paid to Hometuit)
Seller listing fee installment 2
(paid to Hometuit)
$1,799 Seller listing fee installment 2
(paid to Hometuit)
Buyer Agent Commission (BAC) at 3%
(paid to buyer’s agent)
$12,000 Buyer Fee
(paid to Hometuit)