What you probably haven't thought of is how much internet advertising, print advertising, and a position in the MLS costs. An agent takes your listing on spec. They spend the marketing time and money on your house in the expectation that they can help you sell it and make some money. Not every house we list sells, but every house we list costs, time and money - especially when we advertise in print, just like it will cost you. We don't get paid up front, for your listing, despite the costs. That's where a flat fee MLS can put your listing online for you - you just pay upfront instead of at the end. Looks like you're in Ellenboro, and something you might want to know, is that you still need to complete a Residential Property Disclosure Form to be in compliance with NC law, and if you're in one of the older homes, you'll need a Lead Based Paint Disclosure. These forms are available from the NC Real Estate Commission. While you're there you might want to have a look at the Fair Housing guidelines, that should concern you as well. We Real Estate agents do more than the general public realizes.
I wonder why you would want to sell your home without an agent? Are you trying to save money? Have you been in the house for such a short time that you're upsidedown and can't add the commission to the sales price? Did you have a bad experience with an agent? Good Luch with that.