CHELMSFORD — Donald Van Dyne wants to take real estate brokers out of the process of buying a house.
The Chelmsford entrepreneur recently launched a new website, iGOfsbo.com , which allows residential home sellers and buyers to make online transactions without the assistance of a real estate broker. He thinks the new system will turn the nearly century-old commission-based real estate model on its head.
“This breaks the brokers’ monopoly,” said Van Dyne, a licensed realtor and property manager who moved to Chelmsford about 13 years ago. “You’re still using real estate professionals, but you’re not paying the hefty commission.” Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.
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