However, upon entering into an agreeable contract between you and a buyer to a successful closing, my broker will get the standard and customary professional fee only . If your property doesn't sell during the listing period, you will owe me or my broker $0.
How can you go wrong?
Trulia does not allow for-sale-by-owner listings on their site. They say that this is a means to cut down on spammers using the site. However; you may wish to post a blog about your home and community.
I can also suggest posting your property on Zillow.com and Craigslist.com as they accept FSBO listings and the service is free. However; your home will get the most exposure on the internet to attract the largest number of potential buyers if you list with a real estate firm. Food for thought...
Prudential Connecticut Realty
Honestly I do not know if you can post on Trulia, you have to ask them.
However if you are wondering how much your house is worth please follow this link for detailed selling and pricing information:
Goo luck selling.
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If not, please feel free to give me a call at (954) 300-2178. I'd be happy to give you any advice I can on listing your home, marketing it, and getting it sold.
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My goodness! For those who felt the need to preach the error of Moon's ways for thinking such a thing, remember these Q&A's are read by many people for years to come.
The simple, dignified reply to Moon would have been no, you cannot but should you change your mind and seek a real estate professional, contact me at ....
These Q&A's can be a lead source and just as easily cause you to lose business.
If you are up to the task there are free sites you can use, however, just throwing this out there:
While you might "save" on commission doing a FSBO, you would have to pay for and do all the marketing yourself and then if an offer is made, the negotiation process could net you less that a trained professional would be able to acquire for you. Would you be willing to pay a commission if your house sold for 10% or more than you would negotiate?
Also, we bear the brunt of marketing/showing costs and keep an eye on all of the details from marketing to close. It's often calming to have a professional holding your hand through the whole process.
If you'd like some help or have any other questions, please call me at 954-393-3533.
Donna Davis Graf, Exit Ryan Scott Realty.
Only Realtors can post properties on websites like Trulia. For Sale by Owner friendly websites include Zillow, Craigs List and For Sale By Owner.
If you change your mind about selling your home by yourself and would like top-notch service and results, please contact me.
Best of luck!
Chad Gray PA, Realtor
Luxury Living Fort Lauderdale
(at Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate)
100% of clients rated our service as "EXCELLENT"!
Sorry, but no. Trulia is for real estate professionals. However, I understand you want to sell your home. I think this article might help.
If and when you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us.
If you are selling by owner to save on Realtor Listing fees and can not find any approved buyers in this market, please contact us as we have lots of buyers. We dont need to list your home, only help the buyer to purchase your house.