Say you are lucky enough to find a buyer who will pay your price, then what? Do you know what to do next? Are you familiar with your state's disclosure laws and time frames? Too many lawsuits are born of improperly handled real estate transactions. I would think twice about it if I were you.
Best of luck,
The FSBOseller, home seller in a previous post is absolutely correct when he/she says to do your homework. It is also correct to assume that you will be eliminating many would-be buyers. Most buyers are represented by agents today. In most cases the buyer/agent relationship goes on for months before finding the right home. Would you want to work for months and not get paid in the end?
If you are planning to do it yourself, it is essential that you get into MLS and you should advertise that you are willing to pay a co-broke(buyer agent fee).
Also, make sure that you have accurate information on the homes around you that sold within the past 30-90 days. Do not rely on what your neighbor tells you that their home sold for. Very often this price is exaggerated to avoid embarrassment. Price your home accordingly. Make sure you get staging advice and that is just the start of the process.
Best of luck.
And although it is LISTED for some to see; there is no incentive for anyone to help you show and sell the house.
You are saving a dime to lose a dollar.
MANY agents on Trulia will tell you FSBO is impossible, and will give you a multiple of outdated reasons. It can be successful, but only when you as the seller knows the entire process and thinks and acts like a successful agent.