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Bob Reed, Other/Just Looking in 99615

Can For Sale Buy Owner be listed on Trulia?

Asked by Bob Reed, 99615 Sun Feb 3, 2013

If so, how do we list a FSBO on Trulia

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Trulia only allows MLS listed properties on their site. I assist FSBO owners on a routine basis here in Kodiak. At times I will assist with a facilitation, but typically they end up listing with me. A great free place to post your FSBO listing in Kodiak is on Facebook at "Kodiak Real Estate One Stop" https://www.facebook.com/groups/422035847828380/. You can view details of what a facilitation encompasses on my website at http://kodiak1realty.com/for-sale-by-owner/. Have a great day, good luck and if I may provide any assistance feel free to call or text me anytime at (907) 942-7201, email at mattzytkowicz@kodiak1realty.com or message me on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/MattZytkowiczRealtorWithAlaskaOneRealty
1 vote Thank Flag Link Mon Dec 23, 2013
Hi Bob,
No, for-sale-by-owner listings cannot be posted on Trulia but you can post them on Zillow.com or Craigslist.com for free. Trulia doesn't allow them as this may trigger a lot of scammers to use the site; more than what they're currently experiencing.

Best wishes!

Laura Feghali
Prudential Connecticut Realty
1 vote Thank Flag Link Sun Feb 3, 2013
NO. If you are a home owner and wish to submit your listing to Trulia for sale, please note that Trulia does accept FSBO listing submissions at this time. However if you are working with a full-service or flat-fee listing agent or broker, he or she can submit your listing.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Sun Feb 3, 2013
Hi Bob,

No - Trulia does not list FSBO properties. They only list properties listed in the MLS.

Shanna Rogers
SR Realty
1 vote Thank Flag Link Sun Feb 3, 2013
No, FSBO are not allowed on Trulia. A seller can list it on Zillow and pay for an ad. Not sure what he stats are there in your town, but here in Tucson, AZ 91% of all properties sold are thru the MLS (multple listing service). Majority of time, that is the sellers best assest in listing their home. Have you spoken to a local Realtor? Might want to at least see what they recommend for list price, CMA and value, and what they would charge before you try and do it on your own.

Personally, I would not go to court without an attorney (even though I can, but in the end I have no doubt it will cost me more than engaging a professional to represent me and my best interest(s) ) and for most buyers/sellers they should work with a Realtor.

Best of luck.
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