Only real estate agents can post listings to Trulia. If you are working with an agent ask him to post your listing and include plenty of pictures. Buyers love to see pictures.
All the best,
Happy to tell you the best way to go about it. We work exclusively with buyers so you can be sure we aren't trying to sell you on our service :)
You will need an agent to post on Trulia... Is the house in Andover? Give us a try. We may get you more value than you sell it yourself. There is nothing to lose on your end.
Yuan's Team Realty
In addition to below, only 10% of homeowners sold their houses themselves, without a realtor, in 2011. The average loss per house was 65K - that is when sellers sold themselves, they lost.
Now you see that 5 to 6% commission will be a good investment with a great return...
Because of how little exposure the homeowner gets - in comparison with MLS exposure and agressive marketing campaign a good realtor will do for you - the do it yourself way will make you loose a lot of money.
However, getting a really great realtor and preparing the house for sale are paramount.
Blogging, UTube videos on the house and community, Pintrest...some FSBO paid sites are the tools for your home selling quest.
Best of luck,
Beachfront Realty, Inc.
Here are a few things to think about in MA - Purchase & Sales Agreement, Title V (if not tonw sewage), Lead Paint Law, New Carbons and Smoke Law, qualified buyers coming into your home, advertisement fees.
Check out my website amsrealestate.listingbook.com
If I can be of service, please give me a call.