No, you cannot post on the MLS without a real estate agent. With that said, you don't have to pay 6% in order to work with a real estate agent. You can use flat fee MLS companies like Hauseit in NYC to post your home on the MLS for nothing more than a one-time, flat fee.
Under the FSBO model, do bear in mind that you'll still have to do a fair bit of work in terms of showing the property, negotiating and overseeing the overall deal process.... more
I ran a search on the MLS (multiple listing service) and there is no 5 bedrooms that come up in that zip code period. If you are by any chance in the military I would be happy to put you in contact with one of my fellow MRP (Military Relocation Professionals) in that area. If not I can have a RE/MAX agent in the area contact you and see if we can help you.
Feel free to give me a call or shoot me an email.
Mobile Phone: (210) 422-6293
If you haven't already been looking for a home to purchase , now would be the perfect time .
If you close around the middle of August , you will not have a mortgage until October , and you will have plenty of time to get moved, have your rental cleaned and get back your deposit.
Please contact me with questions you may have, have a Blessed Day, Thanks, Donna Sipley... more
Is your home listed with a Realtor and in your local MLS? I suggest talking to him/her and having it corrected there. Trulia gets listings from the MLS, so I would go to the source of the info -- your agent and have them correct it in the MLS.... more