What is the Real Estate Commissions Class Action About? 

The Real Estate Commissions Class Action alleges the existence of an anticompetitive agreement among real estate companies—Anywhere Real Estate, Inc. (formerly known as Realogy Holdings Corp.), RE/MAX LLC, and Keller Williams Realty, Inc.—that resulted in home sellers paying inflated commissions to real estate brokers or agents in violation of antitrust law.

How Can I Make Sure To Never Miss A Settlement Claim? 

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Am I eligible to get a payout in the Real Estate Commissions Class Action? 

Eligible class members are those who: (1) sold a home during the Eligible Date Range specified in the settlement notifications; (2) listed the home for sale on a multiple listing service (MLS) anywhere in the United States; and (3) paid a commission to any real estate brokerage in connection with the sale of the home. Notably, eligibility does not require the home to have been sold using an agent from Anywhere, RE/MAX, or Keller Williams.

Is Proof of Purchase Required in Order to File A Claim? 

Yes, proof is required to submit a claim as part of the settlement process.

How Much Money Can I Get? 

The exact amount each eligible class member may receive varies. The settlements establish a fund from which payments will be made to those who submit valid and timely claims. The amount will depend on the number of valid claims submitted and other factors related to the individual sale transactions of class members.

How Can I File a Claim? 

To file a claim and potentially receive a payment from the settlement fund, you must submit a Claim Form by May 9, 2025. You can submit your claim online or by mail. For online submission, visit through the link below. 

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About Filing Settlement Claims

Please understand that submitting a settlement claim for payout with fraudulent information will result in the rejection of your claim form. By providing this information and attesting to its accuracy under oath, you acknowledge the potential legal consequences of perjury. It's important to recognize that such dishonest actions not only impact your own eligibility but also negatively affect those legitimately entitled to the benefits of the class action settlement. If you are unsure about your eligibility for this class action settlement, we encourage you to visit the official website of the class action administrator. It's important to note that ClaimClassActions.com serves as an informational resource only and is not affiliated with a class action administrator or a law firm.

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