A computer is just computing numbers. It can't see the inside of your home. A realtor or agent can get a feel for the home and price it according to whats available in the market place and homes that have sold in the past.
I usually give my sellers a nice closing gift, like a gift card or I try to buy my buyers some kind of house warming gift. At times I may take my clients out for a meal to celebrate, or even bring a bottle of wine for a toast.
You sure can, but your buyer pool will be limited to cash buyers and usually cash buyer want a discount!
Most of the time the buyer will hire their own inspector.They would like to hear from a professional party not involved with the seller. If you hire the inspector they may feel you have "influenced" the inspection process and there for may not feel comftorable accepting the inspection report and reccomendations.
Talk to an agent in your market place. Ask for homes that sold around the area. Also talk about what improvements you may have vs homes on the market. Look at the price per square foot, neighborhood, and school districts. These play an important part in pricing.
The new CMA is the best way to get a good gauge of what your home is worth in the eyes of a buyer.Last year and this year the prices have gone up.
contact a local realtor in your area.ask them for some homes that expired and door knock the owners or call them see if they would still like to sell.
Try an agent from reamx in upland or fontana http://www.remax.com/realestateagentoffice/fontana-ca-p001.html?query=rnd-sortorder/
craigslist is also a good way to post your home up for sale.Good luck. hope you get it sold!
The sellers pays the listing agent.Escrow will distribute the funds to seller, and listing and selling agent after escrow closes.