As an additional recommendation, while you may not be interested in using an agent to list your home, you may want to consider offering a commission to an agent who could represent your potential buyer - it could provide a greater source of interested parties. Understand that if you do work with a buyers agent, they represent the interested ONLY of the buyer.
Best of luck!
There are also other places to do it yourself online of course.
But, did you know?
. . . the typical FSBO home sold for $187,200 compared to $247,000 for agent-assisted home sales.
FSBO Methods Used to Market Home:
Yard Sign . . . 51%
Friends/neighbors . . . 53%
Newspaper ad . . . 31%
Open House . . . 29%
Listing on the Internet . . . 22%
Most Difficult Tasks for FSBO Sellers:
Getting the right price . . . 11%
Understanding paperwork . . . 16%
Preparing/fixing up home for sale . . . 18%
Attracting potential buyers . . . 9%
Having enough time to devote to all aspects of the sale . . . 9%
Top 5 Websites where REALTORSÂ® place their listings:
Local Realty Firm Website (76%)
Local REALTORÂ® Association Website (50%)
Franchiser's Website (30%)
Broker IDX/Broker Reciprocity Website (29%)
Source: 2006 National Association of REALTORSÂ® Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers
We see the majority of FSBO sellers who end up with a licensed agent in the end, so even though you have not disclosed where you are from... I would recommend that you get a professional to help you. Its a tough market for sellers out there right now. The For Sale By Owner concept worked better when it was a sellers market.... anyone could sell a home it seemed at that time.
In any case, best of luck.