I tried to detective this one, on NJACTB.org is the Cherry Hill assessors web site. No "Nancy Ross" as owner in Cherry Hill. But now in Nov 2012 she could have sold it some time ago, she is not the owner. If we had an address we could figure out how close to market value it may have sold for. After a few years of RE, I notice a dwindling number of FSBOs. Of all the times in history to do it, this is not the best time. Sellers seldom realize that the sale of their house is a significant problem in their life and approach it as "someone is trying to steal my house from me." My analogy is selling a used car. As a part time job, you can wash it and polish it even "detail" it, change the oil, advertise in newspaper-craigs list-Ebay-etc,, put sign in window, park in visible spot, price it as Blue book or best offer, answer phone when it rings, be available to show it, allow test drives, accept cash only or MO or bank check but you cannot finance it, or, have a dealer do it who specializes in selling cars and does it full time. A seller will work hard selling a car and not do the same trying to sell a house, which is unlike a car and has no twin just like it. A house needs traffic to reach the best possible outcome. It must be presented in the best possible light. "Selling itself" is the last thing that can happen for any house.