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How does Pacaso compensate real estate agents?
Pacaso works in collaboration with agents and pays a 3% buyers agent commission.
I have a buyer interested in a Pacaso. What's the next step?
Your buyer can contact us directly, but you're welcome to schedule an in-person or virtual tour on your buyer's behalf. Visit pacaso.com/contact, or click Learn More on the listing page for the home they're interested in.
I’m unfamiliar with the Pacaso process. How does it compare to a whole home sale?
The paperwork and process are similar to a whole home sale. The main difference is you get an easy commission because Pacaso handles everything!
How do you keep me in the loop on the transaction?
You can be as involved as you want. Or, it can be a simple handoff. Just let us know what you prefer.
Is commission paid on the whole home price or the share price?
Commision is paid on the share price. If you bring multiple buyers, you'll receive a commission for each share sold.
Can I earn commissions on sales outside of my market?
Yes! You or your buyer can be located anywhere in the country. Whether you bring an out-of-town buyer to a Pacaso in your market, or you refer a buyer who purchases a Pacaso in another region or state (or even our new global destination, Spain), you can earn 3% referral commission and an equity bonus.
Do I have to wait until all shares of the home are sold to get paid?
No! You collect payment the day your share sells.
I have a listing that would be a great Pacaso. How do I share it with you?
Visit pacaso.com/sell and submit your listing. If it’s a fit, we’ll follow up.
I want to represent Pacaso as a listing agent. Are you looking for new agent partners?
We engage buy-side agents who have closed 10+ Pacaso shares with the opportunity to represent us as Ambassador Agents.
I want to promote Pacaso to my network. What do you recommend?
We have a robust toolkit of ready-to-use marketing materials for agents. They include agent education, buyer education and a suite of assets that can be co-branded. Find it all at pacaso.com/blog/agent-marketing-toolkit.
What is a Prospect listing?
A Prospect is a whole home listing that we believe will be in demand based on its price, location, style and amenities. If there's enough interest in the home from Pacaso buyers, we may purchase the property and turn it into a Pacaso.
My listing is displayed as a Prospect. Will you be making an offer on it?
If there is enough interest in your listing from our network of buyers, Pacaso will make a competitive offer on your listing. All homes are purchased in a singular property specific LLC, managed by Pacaso.
How does Pacaso get their second home listings?
We source non-Pacaso listings from the local IDX, and we take care to follow all rules of displaying IDX listings. We adhere to all IDX rules and are in compliance with the local MLS.
Does having my listing on Pacaso impact how it appears on other websites?
No. While your home is listed as a co-ownership opportunity on Pacaso, this does not impact how your listing appears on other websites such as Zillow, Redfin or your local MLS.
Are you displaying all the homes in an area?
We display Pacaso listings as well as Prospects. Prospects are select whole home listings that meet Pacaso’s criteria based on price, location, style and amenities.
What if I have a client interested in selling part of their home to Pacaso?
We’d love to learn more about it. Visit pacaso.com/sell to submit the home for consideration. If it’s a fit, we’ll follow up.
Pacaso is not in my market. How can I work with you?
We find that second home buyers often look at destinations well beyond their local market. We currently offer homes in over 25 top destinations in the U.S. and Spain, and you can earn 3% referral commission and an equity bonus on buy-side sales in any market.