Hey Linda! What are you doing? You're on the internet? So are your buyers. 70% of buyers are looking online. I do, of course, agree with Robin that the most effective way to advertise is through a Realtor, but if you feel you are up to the challenge, then make sure you have a web strategy. Facebook, linkedin, craigslist, are all ways to get the word out. Also creating a niche site just for your property is a good idea. You need to let all of your contacts know you are selling. The problem with FSBO (for sale by owners) is that you essentially lose out on two very key buyer categories--first time home buyers and our of towners relocating to buy a home in Johnson City. My experience is that first time home buyers's inexperience leads them to find an agent to work with that can help guide them through the process of buying a home. Also, people who are moving here from out of town (great ETSU location by the way, I bet I know the condos you're talking about) are not going to spend their time driving around town looking for fsbo signs, they are going to be referred by their last hometown agent or they are going to do a web search to find an agent, who will have properties lined up for them when they get to JC, and then go from there. Good luck if you decide to continue to do FSBO. It can get confusing if you don't do it everyday, kind of like our taxes, which is why we hire pros to do them. You will only have one Realtor represent you, but you will have another 1100 Realtors in Northeast Tennessee working hard FOR you trying to find you a buyer to purchase your condo. Let me know if I can help in any way.