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How much is the cost for listing our home?

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February 21 2010 - Yukon
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Whoa there, anyone else reading through this thread from 15 or so months ago. The current price for manually uploaded listing is $39.95 instead of the 9.95 figure that I quoted in my post back in Feb. of 2010. It seems even the 9.95 scared TJPJ off, or more probably after reading the blog I linked them to they realized that doing a FSBO wasn't for them.
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June 15 2011

The internet is the best place to list your property for sale.  Everyone is accessing the internet these days from their cell phones, laptops, desktops, and if they do not have a computer they go to the library and use the public computers.

Here are some satistics:
•  Internet: 74%
•  Real estate agent: 69%
•  Yard sign: 22%
•  Open house: 12%
•  Newspaper ad: 9%
•  Home book or magazine: 6%


•  Walked through a home viewed online: 45%


http://www.realtor.org/library/library/fg006

I would suggest hiring an internet savy REALTOR.  Things to consider,
Cosmetic trends, Staging, Photographs, Video, Direct mailings, E-blasting to numerous websites, MLS, Featured listings, advertising, networking, signs, flyers, expert knowledge, title company, morgage loans, home inspectors, Pest inspectors, too much to list.

Usually people want to sell their own home to save the commission paid to a REALTOR, but buyers typically want to utilize a REALTOR when buying a property.  My opinion is that the few who have used the link that actually were potential buyers did not call because they want to use a REALTOR, Buyers are savy, & informed. They are doing a lot of research on their own before they even call a REALTOR.  My advice is to get you a good REALTOR.

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June 15 2011
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Hi TJPJ,

As a FSBO manually uploading your listing there is a $9.95 charge. However, it will be displayed as a Featured Listing. That's the only way FSBOs on their own will be able to list now. See the page attached to the link below.

http://www.zillow.com/for ... ellerfsbo}

Do not try Trulia as a FSBO on your own. Your listing must be associated with an agent/broker in some way to appear there. This would include some flat-fee agencies as well, but if interested in Trulia, get a commitment from the agency first regarding that site.
For more info on doing a FSBO, click here. Good luck.
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February 21 2010

In today's market, you will most likely pay between 5 - 6% of the sale price of your property plus a transaction fee. This number will fluctuate a little between different companies. One thing to keep in mind when comparing the cost is the benefits that each company will offer you. For instance: Is home staging included as a part of the service? How is advertising handled? What websites will your property be featured? Will they be using base advertising or premium advertising? There are many more questions you should think about, but I wanted to give you a few questions to keep in mind. Best thing to do is interview local Realtors and ask them what they will to do sale your home. Living and selling in Yukon, I would be happy to discuss the benefits of listing your home with me. Good Luck! Jennifer Henning, [phone removed by Zillow moderator]

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February 21 2010
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We are a retired couple just thinking of listing our home on here.  We're on fixed incomes so just looking for a way to help us w/o having to pay big charges for newspaper ads etc.  Thanks for your help & imput.
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February 21 2010
Depends upon your needs.  If you are referencing Zillow, Trulia, Craigslist, etc, they do not charge for basic posts of properties to their websites. If you require a featured listing, etc, the fees vary.  I pay a flat fee to have all my listings on Zillow, Trulia, and other sites. I also get a feature listing for specific zip codes.

If you are referencing Realtor fees to list and sell your home, these fees are usually dependant upon your needs and time-frame to get the home sold!  Fees usually range anywhere from a flat fee for MLS postings ONLY, all the way to 7 or 8%.  There is no law or standard set by a Realtor's office, but there are guidelines!  If you would like our team to present you a quote and market analysis, please contact us through my profile.  Best of luck!
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