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Listing YOUR House on a FSBO Website

When you list your house for sale with a Real Estate Brokerage; we are paid upon the successful completion of the transaction for bringing an offer (buyer) that was acceptable to you.

I pay for the Print Material

I pay for the Video Tours

I pay for the Signs and Lock box



"listing" a house with a REALTOR entails a contract and Agency and disclosure. Measuring and Verifying data. POSTing an ad on a website and Print magazine is not a listing. Why do people keep saying that FSBO's are listed?

When you pay up front for advertising your home for sale, thats what you are doing... Advertising your home is for sale. Then you will pay upfront for the lawyer to create your agreement of purchase and sale and you will rely on someone else to fulfil the conditions.

You still have not considered the details.

Why do Banks shy away from Private Sales?

Why do Nothing Down Artists attract Private FSBO's

When you have sold will you be using a Realtor for a purchase?   Why?  Because you want to be represented.

You don't know what you didn't know until...

Here's How you can Beat a For Sale By Owner Everytime! 


David Pylyp

Etobicoke Real Estate Agent

Accredited Senior Agent for York Peel and Halton Regions

Lives in Toronto and promotes Giving Value

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Comment balloon 2 commentsDavid Pylyp • March 07 2012 08:05AM

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Good advice David, I always view a FSBO as a cry for help! So approaching doesnt feal like I'm going to get the door slammed on my face. And then I usually ask if I can view the property for a buyer. I usually walk right in. Short & Sweet video to the point.

Posted by David W. Hughes, Designated Broker at Home Realtors of Idaho (Home Realtors 208-870-5133) over 7 years ago

Thats Funny   I always called them a For Sale a Saurus   Like the monkey shreiking behind the bars  

 

Thank you for reaching out!

David Pylyp

Living in Toronto

Posted by David Pylyp (RE/MAX Realty Specialists Inc.,) over 7 years ago

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