Yes, but not on a traditional MLS and we don’t recommend sharing the home address in order to protect seller privacy. Aalto only features true off-market listings. If you choose to put a home on an MLS, be sure to change its status on Aalto to “Moved to MLS.”
We’re here to deliver unmistakable value, so much that you’ll be happy to pay the fee in the event we help to facilitate a deal. In all other cases, including cases where the buyer originated elsewhere, you don’t pay us anything. It’s that simple.
The following should be true about a buyer before you invite them to Aalto. They should be…
- Actively looking – Buyers should intend to buy a home in the next 0-24 months.
- Pre-qualified – They’re pre-approved by a mortgage broker or you, their agent.
- A current client – If they’re working with a different agent, they should join under that agent or transfer to that agent.
Every Private Listing has a unique URL. Simply copy and paste the web address and send it to a client or colleague. Because Aalto is a private platform, the recipient will need to have a free account before they can access it.
We expect to gain your trust as you use the product and see its benefits but to start, Aalto’s founder was born and raised in the residential real estate business. His parents and brother are active agents so he’s always had a passion for the industry and empowering agents to grow.
No. Aalto does not employ real estate agents and it does not represent buyers or sellers. We have a brokerage license which we use when referring new clients to our agents who use our platform. Any time we refer to “Aalto agents” we mean agents on our platform.
Aalto is a Finnish surname meaning “wave.” Finnish architect Alvar Aalto is widely recognized for making waves with his “modernist masterpieces with a human touch.” We at Aalto strive to bring the same sensibility to the way homes are bought and sold.