Home Selling, With or Without a Realtor Made EZ
We have a general discussion about Marketing Your Real Estate, an examination of how the realtors market real estate, a discussion of a relatively new Hybrid MLS - FSBO Marketing plan, and a discussion about just where and how FSBOAdvertising can be of assistance to you in your marketing efforts. We also have Articles by Real Estate Professionals discussing an assortment of home selling issues. Selling your own home is a serious effort that requires developing your own marketing plan, getting prepared to sell your home, then executing your plan. These Information Resources can go a long way toward getting you started off in the right direction, at least they can highlight some of the critical home selling issues you will need to consider and resolve for yourself. There is also an Interesting Collection of "How To" Books on subjects ranging from Which Home Improvements "Pay Off Best" to the various Legal Issues involved in selling real estate at The Online Store.
Visit our Directory of Real Estate Service Providers to find the "FSBO Friendly" providers of the various services you may need in the process of marketing your home and then closing your transaction with the buyer.
Some home owners who try to sell their own real estate fail, and although the FSBO failure rate is a LOT LESS than you hear Realtors talk about it is still significant (when discussing the failure rates of FSBO sellers, the Realtors also usually fail to mention that about 1 out of 4 or 5 MLS listings ALSO fail to generate a buyer and are either terminated or expire). There is a unique explanation for the specifics of each failure, but there are also a few common reasons for these FSBO failures. Examining the most common reasons for FSBO failures, the Realtors methods of home selling, and a new Hybrid FSBO - MLS marketing approach is a useful starting place for home owners to begin evaluating what type of marketing plan they want to formulate to sell their real estate.
A Realtor marketing plan or a FSBO marketing plan are normally viewed as mutually exclusive alternatives. With the Realtors traditional "Exclusive Right To Sell" type listing agreement, they are ordinarily mutually exclusive since the home owner traditionally gives up their right to market the property when they do that listing agreement with the realtor. However, before you settle on the marketing plan of your choice, you should evaluate and consider a third recently available alternative. This alternative is sometimes called a Realtor Flat Fee MLS Listing Service. We call it a Hybrid FSBO - Realtor marketing plan. The property owner literally pursues both methods of marketing through the Realtors MLS and FSBO simultaneously. In reality, all real estate is For Sale By Owner. Some owners choose the Realtor Marketing plan, some choose the FSBO Marketing plan, and lately quite a few are choosing the Flat Fee MLS Listing Hybrid Marketing plan.
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