Hi Mrs. Rosalina
I'll ask the question again. Why do you want to go without a Realtor? My guess is that you don't understand what a Realtor does and so don't see the value in hiring one. A Realtor's job is not to find a house for you to buy, but rather, to protect your interests in buying the home. Most sellers want to sell their home for the highest price possible while giving as little as possible in the way of concessions and repairs. If those goals are in line with yours, you still need someone to represent you with regard to legal obligations, disclosures and advise on inspections and negotiations. An attorney may be able to do that, and some of the best are also Realtors. If, however, you are looking for a good negotiator who understands the market and the value of the house you wish to buy, go ahead and hire a Realtor. Their services are free to you. By the way, some buyers assume that by going without a Realtor, they'll get the house cheaper because the seller doesn't have to pay commissions. Guess what? The seller sees it differently. The seller sees it as they are able to sell the house for the same price (or more) and keep more money in their pockets because they don't have to pay commissions. This is likely to be the biggest, most expensive thing you buy in your lifetime. Make sure you have the protection and advice of an expert.