HI Stephanie -
I'm not clear on the goal with this questions but if you are working witha broker that is essentially working with a Realtor as a Broker is a licensed Realtor who has completed their brokers exam etc. Now you may be approached by a Realtor who will help you by stating they will advertise your home on a FSBO site etc. This is often a way to help some one not interested in representation. As a Realtor myself I help in the same way to 1) have FSBO homes on my list for my buyers 2) be your resource in helping you sell yourself or should you decide to later list with a Realtor be the one to call since by that time you would have known me well enough to interview with me.
Many FSBO websites only allow owners to run ads and not Brokers so double check your claim
I dont see the advantage of lisitng your home on other sites unless it is my personal website. By listing on my personal website I can get buyers who are interested in your home or others prepared to buy and thus have a diverse availability for my clients.
So in truth
Realtors approach FSBO all the time and ask if they mind being on their FSBO site. All of them are interested in helping you until your home sells on its own or they can become the Realtor of choice for you. Anyone telling you different would be questionable in my book. We do work for a living and compensation agreements are the only way to secure that.
I have a list of 18 questions you should ask any Realtor before you list with them if you want it is yours.
Verify that you have properly priced your home and educated yourself on the legal issues of home selling and prepare the home well. It can be done on your own. If it gets too much though contact a professional Realtor and have them carry the load for you. Good Realtors will net you a real deal.
Check the neighborhood of your home via Zillow, Trulia etc. my website is http://www.DesertRidgeLifestyle.com
and you can search via neighborhood map to compare homes for sale on the MLS. It is updated hourly.
All my best