If you hired a a professional real estate broker to list your property why would you want to list it for sale on an amateur website? If you hire a professional moving company you don't need to rent your own van. If you hire a lawyer you don't write the contract or hold the deposit in your own escrow account.
The implications are if you signed with a broker the broker gets paid. A good broker knows how to market a property and where to advertise. Bottom fishers, low ballers, Looky Lous and unqualified buyers are who you will attract on a FSBO website. All media are not equal. There is a reason why advertising in NY Times is expensive and why FSBO sites are free. You get what you pay for including paying a professional real estate broker.
Mitchell Hall, Associate Broker
The Corcoran Group
If that's what the listing agreement says, and you signed it, then you can show it all you like, and find your own buyer, but you still have that contractual obligation to pay the broker the full commission. You won't save any money by doing it yourself.
A listing agreement is an employment contract. You employed that brokerage firm to sell your property for you. It's a contract like any other.
If you don't have a signed, exclusive listing agreement with any firm, then you have an "open" listing. This means you have some ads floating around, but you don't have a broker who is seriously working to sell your apartment. If you want to sell for the best price as soon as possible, an exclusive listing is by far the best way to go.
Karla Harby VP
Charles Rutenberg Realty
If your interested in going it alone (which I do not recommend) visit
http://www.bostonresidentialre.com/real-estate-tips-2 for some helpful tips on selling. Best of Luck!
Your question is a little vague. It is not clear if you have listed your property or not, but if you are asking if you can list your property on a FSBO website while you have a signed listing agreement with an agent, the answer is that you can advertise it, but you cannot cut your agent out. If you have a signed listing agreement, you have authorized that agent and their company to to give you their full marketing plan and for that agent to dedicate time and effort to the sale of your home. If you are thinking that listing it simultaneously on a FSBO website somehow lets you out of that agreement if your buyer comes from that FSBO website (which is a very, very slim likelihoood), that is not the case. The commission will be due regardless.
Hope this helps.
Halstead Property, LLC
http://jenetlevy.halstead.com for all NYC listngs
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