Please keep in mind, in a case like this, you have no representation. Our contracts and disclosures can change annually and most FSBO's do not have the proper knowledge to stay out of potential legal harm's way without proper representation. You are now offering a generous 4% commission for the selling agent...please take into consideration the difference of 2% more to list with a Realtor or the possible legal fees should any litigation occur later, due to the lack of knowledge of the contracts. If you think about it...at an attorney fee of $300-$400/hour, and a possible year-long lawsuit...there is no comparison.
The answer is, NO............regardless of what commission you may or may not offer, a "for sale by owner" may not list their home on Trulia.
This website only allows agent-listed homes to be posted here.
You may list your home on Zillow.com, Craigslist.com..... or ForSaleByOwner.com, just to name a few fsbo friendly sites.
You also have the option of listing with a flat fee company who can place the home on the MLS for a few hundred dollars, rather than a set percentage - it will then appear on Trulia, fed via the MLS..............you will, however, have to offer a commission to any buyer's agent who brings in an acceptable offer.