Yes, we have discount brokers operating in this area just as in any area having property for sale. Ms. Honeycutt is correct in the advise she offers. However, if you have enjoyed the role of "FSBO", For Sale By Owner, the opportunity to schedule appointments, have your phone number publically displayed, being on call 24 hours a day and having to prepare your sale for closing, find a reliable real estate attorney to close the sale and make sure you have all the appropriate documents, then go for it. You might even find out you enjoy the role and after you have completed your sale, become a "real" realtor. I am not being flippant-I once sold a house through a flat fee service, found out I liked real estate and then invested in the schooling, took the state test to be "professional", have since spent many dollars and hours obtaining continued education and keeping abreast of changes in the market,etc so I can properly service my clients. However, if all that "Self - service" doesn't appeal to you, do as Ms. Honeycutt suggested and find your self a good realtor to guide you through one of the most important business deals you will handle in your life. Lately we have had no control over our savings and retirement funds, but we can control how we handle this other big investment in our life.
Good luck to you whichever way you go.