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When a agent has to work both sides they will ask for more than 3%. You best bet in marketing you home to the fullest potentical is to list with agent. You will get a better pool of buyers.
That makes no sense. You will lose much more than you are hoping to save just based on the fact that you have put yourself in a position of little exposure going FSBO. Plus, why would an agent want to facilitate both sides of a transaction for 3% when they normally get 6% for working both sides? Just a thought. I think you will find it very difficult to get people through the house without it being listed. I have sold numerous homes for people that tried FSBO. Most sold for more listed than these sellers had been asking when FSBO.
We are all looking for great strategies to help get home buyers to look at listed homes. Big key is to make sure your home is priced right for your area. We have had great success with financial strategies in driving more buyers to home listings which saves the seller money as well as stabilizing neighborhood values. These strategies usually work better than the standard price reduction in getting your home sold. Best wishes!
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