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Lilly, Home Seller in Arkdale, WI

May I list my home (fsbo) on Trulia? If so, how do I go about it?

Asked by Lilly, Arkdale, WI Fri Nov 6, 2009

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So, a Home seller can not buy a Trulia Pro.
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I believe Trulia Pro is only for Agents / Brokers. Am I wrong?
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Actually
If you buy a Trulia Pro membership you can list it on Trulia.

BTW, there are many posts like yours. You should know that on average about 10% of homes are sold by sellers without professional representation. An NAR survey showed that 5% of the sales were to people that the seller knew, and 5% to people they did not know. 87% of the time they eventually listed with an agent.

So I say interview three Realtors, compare their proposals. Then try it. If you are successful, great. If not, and you need to sell, then you can switch to plan B.
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Keith Sorem, Real Estate Pro in Glendale, CA
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good catch

didn't know that
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Nov 6, 2009
Postlest only syndicate to Trulia is you are an Agent or a broker. (According to postlets information).
http://www.postlets.com/info/help.php#17
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One option is to list your property with a flat fee brokerage to get it on the MLS which will link it to trulia, zillows and countless other sites. My brokerage offers flat fee listings in DC and MD with the basis price starting at $299.00. The seller only pays the selling agent a commission usually 2.5% to 3%.

Of course if you find a buyer on a site on trulia that does not have agent, then you would not pay any commission at all. Just food for thought.
Web Reference: http://www.urbanerealty.com
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Try using http://www.postlets.com which seems to syndicate to trulia for free.




Sean Dawes
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On Trulia only if you do a FSBO with a broker company but not direct without a listing contract with a broker.
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