I am sure you can find a flat fee MLS broker in Google.
My question is WHY?
You think you can save the commission and sell it in the MLS, right?
So, you are paying a fee to put it in the MLS, paying a buyer's agent commission, so you are hoping to save how many percent? 2? 2.5%? 3%?
Go ahead and give it a try. Just know this in advance:
In MY MLS MLS entry only brokers and discount brokers have the following track record:
1. their listings FAIL TO SELL 150% more often
2. Their listings, when sold, sell for 2-3% LESS than those sold by full service Realtors
3. They take longer to sell
So if you don't really need to sell, have time to kill and money to burn, I say go for it.
However, if you really need to sell:
1. Interview three Realtors
2. Compare their proposals
3. You make the call. If you need a back up plan you have someone to call.
FYI the market is going DOWN> So time is not on your side. I do not recommend that you experiment.
If you need a referral of a top agent in your area, I would be honored to assist you.