First, we are not in your area so this is not a pitch for you to hire us...
Before you go down the FSBO road, you need to know a few things about how it really works:
Most buyers don't want to deal directly with the owner, which means you'll have to pay a fee to a buyer's agent. And many buyer's agents won't deal directly with the owner since they end up having to do a lot of extra work for half the pay. So starting out of the gate you have significantly reduced your buyer pool. That doesn't help you sell your home.
Add to that the fact that many buyers don't feel comfortable asking the owner tough questions or relying on their answers, you have further reduced your buyer pool. More important is the issue of pricing. We have worked with many owners who started out trying to sell themselves first and almost everyone one of them started out way too high on pricing thinking they were allowing room for negotiating - instead they just contaminated the property in the market and either didn't sell or sold for much less than they would have if properly priced out of the gate.
Additionally, most buyers who are willing to make an offer without an agent are likely going to reduce their offer by the commission amount anyway, so in the end you're doing all the work on the sell side for the same or less money.
Admittedly there are a lot of people in the real estate business who don't bring much to the table in terms of marketing, negotiating, and offer strategy, but the ones who do will get you more money for you home than
you would otherwise, relieve you of the work of doing it yourself, have a comprehensive marketing plan that you could never come up with not being a pro, reach WAY more potential buyers than you ever could - some of the fsbo sites claim to put your property on the "MLS" but it's usually some other other website with the letters MLS in it that no one who is serious actually uses - and make sure that you have covered yourself in terms of liability by making sure you have disclosed everything about the property that you need to.
If you are still determined to do this yourself, you can use craigslist.com, fsbo.com (and others) and build a website - there are many sources for this - with lots of pictures. And while on the subject of pictures, are you a professional photographer? Does your camera have really high resolution and a super wide angle lens to make sure potential buyers can actually see the room instead of being confused by the photos instead?
The smart thing to do would be to talk with some local brokers who are active in the business, reputable, knowledgeable, and experienced negotiators. The good ones are usually busy so make sure that they have the time to do it right. In the end you'll be glad you did.
Lance King/Owner-Managing Broker