Currently, you need to list your property with an agent to get into the RMLS system and/or many of these syndicated search sites, including Trulia. Being a For Sale By Owner property owner and trying to sell your real estate yourself, unless you've had a lot of experience in real estate and are up to date on the local laws regarding the transfer of ownership (disclosures, safety issues, proper forms, etc), is kind of like changing your own oil. Sure you can do it, but it's often faster and less costly to use a professional's services. Whether they will admit it or not, many FSBO sellers experience a lot of difficulty and frustration with the FSBO process simply because they think they will net more money by doing it themselves. It's more often the case that they unnecessarily expose themselves to litigation issues and they don't net as much as if they had used a professional real estate agent, brokerage fees included. Use a professional. You'll be way ahead. And I won't have to come behind you and clear up a tangled mess the next time the property sells. Been there, done that. Oh and by the way, if you don't have a will, get one. Everyone who owns real property should have a will that directs what happens if they pass away. Do your family and the rest of us a favor and make that a priority too. Thanks.