Reinvent real estate relationships.

Secure future clients long before selling is even on their minds.

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Numbers Don’t Lie

According to the NAR, 90% of homeowners claim they’d use the same real estate agent again1. Actual MLS transaction data tells us a different story where the average agent retains only 20% of their clients for any future transaction. SellWhenever steps in to BOOST your retention rate by 30%2.

Invest in Your Future

SellWhenever offers a Loyalty Reward Payment to homeowners in exchange for the execution of our proprietary Future Listing Rights Agreement (“FLR”). The FLR Agreement creates a legally binding and enforceable contract, in which the homeowner promises to utilize you – the Broker – when they are ready to sell their home. By retaining clients on your behalf, we enable you to do what you do best – build life-long relationships.

When SellWhenever retains a client, one transaction builds into more to cascade your client retention model and help you predict future revenues with greater confidence. Better precision allows you to put funds where it matters – new client acquisitions and strategic initiatives to grow your business.

The SellWhenever Difference 

Our current broker partners secure an average of $625,000 more in future sell-side commissions than they could have without a partnership with SellWhenever. That is The SellWhenever Difference.

Transactions
Client Retention Rate
Repeat Clients
Future Commissions
Future Broker Commissions
The SellWhenever Difference
Without SellWhenever
1,000
20%
200
$1.9MM
$550K
NA
With SellWhenever3
1,000
50%
500
$4.7MM
$900K
$350K

Let’s partner today—
and for tomorrow.

1https://www.nar.realtor/research-and-statistics/research-reports/highlights-from-the-profile-of-home-buyers-andsellers#sellingexperience.
230% average homeowner retention rate within current broker partnerships.
3Assumptions: $300K average home value, 5% straight-line home price appreciation, 70:30 agent:broker sell-side commission splits.

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