California Flat Fee Brokers

Selling or leasing your home? Flat Fee Brokers can provide you with Local MLS services in many areas throughout California. Please take a moment to check if Flat Fee Brokers can access your Local MLS. Don’t worry If we do not cover your Local MLS area, you can still sign up with our Cloud Plan.

Butte County

Historical, cultural and outdoors activities abound in Butte County. Whether you’re interested in biking, touring unique art studios or visiting museums, this beautiful county features a variety of attractions.

Colusa County

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Lake County

Lake County has major events including the Independence Day Festivities, the Lake County Wine Adventure, the Kelseyville County Wine Adventure and the Holiday Parades and Festivals. Major Industries in Lake County are agriculture, tourism, and the Geothermal Power Industry.

Madera County

From historic Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad to the Fossil Discovery Center of Madera County or the Southern Yosemite Consortium of Museums, the history of the region is on display throughout the area.

Marin County

Marin County has been called the San Francisco Bay Area’s park. Almost 85 percent of its land has been protected from development through open space purchases, federal parkland, watershed lands and strict agricultural zoning. The spectacular Point Reyes National Seashore and the Golden Gate National Recreation Area have been set aside for the enjoyment and use of the public.

Mariposa County

Mariposa County is an area in the High Sierra of California. The County offers many attractions including Briceburg Canyon, the historic town of Mariposa, the oldest courthouse west of the rockies, one of the oldest jails in California, fabulous river and lake fishing and wildflower walks, Hite’s Cove Trail, Mariposa Museum and History Center, Mariposa Arts Counsel, California State Mining & Mineral Museum, Merced River Trail, Butterfly Creek Winery, and the Mariposa County Fair.

Mendocino County

Mendocino County offers many attractions including New England style architecture, the Mendocino Art Center, the Mendocino Theater Company performance. There are fabulous beaches on the Mendocino Coast. There is the Mendocino Headlands State Park, Point Cabrillo Light Station State Historical Park, Russian Gulch State Park, the Ford House Museum, Van Damme State Park, and the Jughandle State Reserve.

Merced County

Some of the more popular attractions of Merced County are the Castle Air Museum, Applegate Park Zoo, Laura’s Fountain, the Multicultural Arts Center, the Merced County Fair and the Merced Fruit Barn. The Merced Fruit Barn is located east of Merced towards Mariposa on Highway 140 and offers a unique shopping experience with many great gift ideas.

Monterey County

Monterey County attractions include Whale Watching Tours, the Monterey Bay Aquarium, the Monterey Peninsula Recreation Trail and some of the most memorable coastline driving. Some historic attractions include Doc Rickett’s Biological Laboratories, Cannery Row, Perry House, and the Stevenson House.

Napa County

With the abundance of vineyards the most popular attractions of Napa County are the wine tours. There is also balloon rides, culinary activities, nightlife and more. Other attractions include the Uptown Theater of Napa, V Marketplace, Napa Valley Museum, Silo’s Music Room, American Canyon Arts Foundation, Arena Art Gallery, Aristic Expression Center, Arts Council Napa Valley, Blue Heron Gallery, Napa Valley Conservatory Theater, Napa Valley Performing Arts of Lincoln Theater, and the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum.

San Joaquim County

Formed in 1850, San Joaquin County is one of the original counties formed in California. One of the most well kept secrets of California is the California Delta which reaches into San Joaquin County through The San Joaquin River which ends at the Port Of Stockton. San Joaquin County also has many State and Regional parks.

Santa Clara County

Santa Clara County is home to the popular Santa Clara University, Levi’s Stadium, The Great America Amusement Park, Anderson Lake County Park, Montaque Park, and the Ulistac Natural Area. There are museums and other attractions including Mission Santa Clara de Asis, Our Lady of Peace Church, Triton Museum of Art, the 49ers Museum, Edward Peterman Museum of Railroad History, De Saisset Museum, and the Harris-Lass Historical Museum.

Santa Cruz County

There are many wineries tours in Santa Cruz County. Museums and other attractions include the Seymour Marine Discovery Center, Big Foot Discovery Project, Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, and the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History. Popular open spaces include the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, Santa Cruz Municipal Wharf, Mount Hermon Adventures, Roaring Camp, Wilder Ranch State Park, Aptos Village Park, Le Laveaga Park, and the New Brighton Beach.

San Benito County

There are many wineries providing tasting events, concerts and special events in San Benito County. The Vineyards and these wineries can be found in the Cienega Valley, Paicines, Mt. Harlan and the Lime Kiln Valley. Fremont Peak Park and Pinnacles National Park have good hiking. There is also the 4th of July Motorcycle Rally, the Renaissance Fair, Mission San Juan Bautista, San Juan Bautista State Historical Park and the famous fruit stand of Casa de Fruta.

San Mateo County

San Mateo County is home to the Coyote Point Recreation Area, Peninsula area, Sawyer Camp Trail, Central Park, Seal Point Park, Laurelwood Park, Horseshoe Lake, the San Mateo Japanese Garden, and the CuriOdyssey Science Museum. There are also off road tours, city tours, spa’s and nightlife. San Mateo County is in the South San Francisco Bay Peninsula of California with a population of 736,554.

Sonoma County

More than 7.4 million tourists visit Sonoma County each year. Wine Tours are popular at Alexander Valley Vineyards, Buena Vista Winery, Kunde Family Winery, Benziger Family Winery, Jodan Vineyard Winery and more. The Wine and Food Affair, Tolay Fall Festival and Funkendank Oktoberfest and popular attractions each year.

Stanislaus County

Stanislaus County has many attractions including McHenry Museum, McHenry Mansion, Oakdale Cowboy Museum, Turlock Historical Society Museum, Oakdale Museum and History Center, Tuolumne River, Henry W. Coe State Park, Lake McClure, Caswell Memorial State Park, Turlock Lake State Recreational Area, San Joaquin River National Wildlife Refuge, Knights Ferry Recreational Area, Pedretti Park and more.

Imperial County

The Salton Sea is one of the biggest attractions of Imperial County. This is where you can see the Salton Sea Mud Pots and Geothermal Mud Volcanos. There is also the Salvation Mountain Salton Sea State Recreation Area, Cibola National Wildlife Refuge, Bucklin Park, and the Imperial Valley Pioneers Museum. There are also many desert Adventures that are hosted by companies with four wheel ATV’s.

Kern County

Attractions of Kern County include the Kern County Museum, Buck Owens’ Crystal Palace, Buena Vista Museum Of Natural History, Fox Theatre, McMurtey Aquatic Center, Valley Plaza Mall, California Living Museum, Sam Lynn Ballpark, Rabobank Theater And Convention Center, Bakersfield Museum Of Art, Lake Ming, Beach Park, Lake Isabella, and the Murray Family Farms.

Los Angeles County

Los Angeles County is one of the nation’s largest counties with 4,084 square miles, and has the largest population of any county in the nation – nearly 10 million residents who account for approximately 27 percent of California’s population. It’s vast coastline runs from the Malibu coast to the shipping ports of Long Beach. There are many attractions, and it has a bicycle path that runs from Malibu to the southern tip of the south Santa Monica bay.

Orange County

Orange County has many attractions including Disney California Adventure Park, Disneyland Park, Knotts Berry Farm, Heisler Park, Balboa Island Ferry, Seal Beach, Irvine Regional Park, Fox Theatre, Crescent Bay Point Park, Paint the Night, Huntington Beach Pier, Pageant of the Masters, and the Anaheim Packing District. This area is home of the most popular Newport Beach Marina where there are Duffy Boat Rentals for the public to rent.

Riverside County

Attractions of Riverside County include Morongo Casino Resort and Spa, The Mission Inn Hotel and Spa, Riverside Metropolitan Museum, Castle Park, Fox Performing Arts Center, Heritage House, UCR/California Museum of Photography, March Field Air Museum, Mission Inn Museum, Jurupa Mountains Discovery Center, Center of Social Justice and Civil Liberties, Riverside Art Museum, Orange Empire Railway Museum, San Jacinto Mountains, Cabazon Dinosaurs, Joshua Tree National Park and much more.

San Bernardino County

San Bernardino County includes Joshua Tree National Park, Mojave Desert National Preserve, The Mojave Desert, San Bernardino National Forest and many more attractions. There are scenic driving routs including The Cajon Pass and The Rim Of The World Highway.

San Diego County

San Diego County has many attractions including Balboa Park, San Diego Zoo, USS Midway Museum, Sea World San Diego, San Diego Bay, San Diego Zoo Safari Park, Legoland California, Point Loma, Hotel del Coronado, Belmont Park, Old Town San Diego Historic Park and much more. San Diego County is the second most populous county in California and the fifth most populous county in the nation.

San Luis Obispo County

San Luis Obispo County has many attractions including The Hearst Castle, Pismo Beach, Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Central Coast Line, Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa, Bubblegum Alley, Mission San Miquel Arcangel, Bishop Peak, San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden, Morro Bay State Park Museum of Natural History and more.