I would say you would be wise to hire a Realtor(c) to represent you; your listings will sell faster (stats prove it), you'll save more time (you won't have to show it, create advertising, take all the calls, inquires nor be subject to issues of litigation (stats show 80% of all real estate litigation involves an unrepresented party to the transaction, I.e. FSBO). You can do what you do best...professional builder and let the Realtor do what they are professional at; representing clients and selling property! Listing agents dot the I's, cross the t's, hold the E.& O. insurance coverage, look out for their client's best interests with a fiduciary commitment, and perform the services of making sure the buyer's stay on track with deadlines, disclosures, regulations, negotiations, communications, and a miriad of other details that insure compliance and ultimately a successful transaction.
I would not recommend letting a buyer's agent represent both sides of the transaction as your interests as seller, are not protected as they should be. It is always better to have an agent who is dedicated to the individual client. You need every advantage to get you homes sold; and you'll definitely be at an advantage with a Realtor working for you. If you need a great referral let me know; I worked with a great agent in Colorado Springs (High Producing), whom you would do well to talk to. Let me know by contacting me through my web site below to request that referral. Best of sales to you! June Lizotte, Realtor(c) in Oregon, (previous Colorado resident- I love Estes Park) All those Elk!!!