A new survey by real estate research firm Realtor.com found that the most likely to receive an offer of a home for sale online are those with a home that is on the market for less than $200,000, and those who own multiple homes.
The results of the survey, which was conducted between October and December, revealed that online agents typically offer more attractive offers, but are less likely to offer lower prices.
The survey found that 73 percent of respondents with a house that is listed for less $200 to $300,000 are offered online for sale, compared to 54 percent of those who have a house listed for more than $300 million.
In comparison, just 23 percent of buyers who are looking for a house in their market have an online agent offer, compared with 49 percent of people who own a house of their own.
Online realtor prices vary across the country, with the most affordable options ranging from $1,000 to $20,000.
A house that’s listed for $1 million and is worth more than that would normally cost about $200 million to $400 million, according to Realtors.com.
In the meantime, those looking to sell their home can use the Realtorship.com online real estate marketplace to browse the available listings.
Online home sales are a big trend in the real estate industry, and many people are now able to make money through online realtors.
The median sale price for a home online is now $3,000 per square foot, according in the survey.
According to the survey results, only 6 percent of online buyers are interested in purchasing a home in their local market, while 44 percent said they were looking for homes in the greater Los Angeles area.
While most people in Los Angeles would like to own their own home, the median price for an individual home in the region is currently listed at $2.9 million, Realtorians.com said.