How To Sell Without A Realtor

Three Different Ways To Sell

Most homeowners think of selling their house with the help of a realtor, but there are really 3 different ways to sell your property.

This is the traditional way to sell your home, and it’s been around forever. This is the right path for homeowners who don’t mind waiting to sell their house, who don’t mind spending money on repairs,  who want to see if they can get a slightly higher price in the market, and who also don’t mind paying real estate agent commissions 6% of the sale.

It’s worked for many homeowners, although some homeowners realize that they could skip the realtor’s fees by selling their house without an agent. And so the second method was born…

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Sell By Owner

A lot of similar activities are done (as above), with one real exception: YOU sell the property on your own, without any help from an agent. That’s why it is called the “For Sale By Owner” (FSBO) way to sell.

This method bypasses the entire listing process and you simply sell your house to a professional company that buys houses. You don’t have to wait for buyers to view the house. No commissions OR fees — because the house is not listed on the MLS.

We are cash home buyers who can help you sell your house. Of course, our service isn’t for everyone. Our cash offers are no obligation and no hassle, so even if you decide to go the traditional route you should know all your options and get a fair all-cash offer. Then you can take that price into consideration when spending money on upgrading your house and the real estate agent’s commissions.


3 Steps to selling without a realtor



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Simply fill out the form below and let us get to work on preparing a fair all-cash offer. We will take a look at your property, come and meet with you, and discuss your options. If you’d like to know a little more about how the whole process works, head on over to our how it works page. If you still have questions we would be happy to discuss them.