Sell your House By Owner

Are you looking to sell your home but don’t want to go through a real estate agent? Selling your house by owner can be a great way to save on commissions and fees. Plus, it gives you more control over the sale process.

FSBO, or For Sale By Owner, is the process of selling your house without the help of a real estate agent. There are several benefits to FSBO, including saving money on commissions and getting more control over the sale. When you FSBO, you will be in charge of all aspects of the sale. This includes everything from listing the property to negotiating with buyers. This means that you can set your own price and terms, and you won’t have to pay a commission. Also, FSBO gives you the opportunity to get to know potential buyers and build a rapport with them. This can be helpful in getting top dollar for your home. FSBO is a great way to save money and gain more control over the sale of your home.

Here are a few things to keep in mind if you’re thinking of selling your house on your own:

  • Make sure you’re familiar with the local real estate market. This will help you set a fair price for your home.
  • Get your home in tip-top shape before putting it on the market. This means making any necessary repairs or renovations. First impressions count, so make sure potential buyers see your home at its best.
  • Advertise your home using a variety of methods. This could include online listings, yard signs, and open houses.
  • Be prepared to negotiate with buyers. Have a firm idea of what you want and be willing to compromise.

Selling your house on your own takes some effort, but it can be a rewarding experience. You can successfully sell your home without the help of a real estate agent.

Use these tips to sell your home without an agent.

Price your home accurately

The most important factor in selling your home is pricing it well from the start. If you price it too high, it can lead to very few showings and offers. While underpricing your home could result in a quick sale but leave money on the table. Do your research on recent sales of similar homes in your area. (Try looking up “recent home sales” or “comps” in Google) and price your home accordingly. You can also consult a real estate agent for help pricing your home.

Get your home in top condition

Once you’ve decided on a listing price, it’s time to get your home in the best possible shape for showings. At the very least you’ll want to declutter, deep clean, and stage your home in a way that makes it look appealing to potential buyers. Some owners consider hiring a professional stager or cleaning service to make sure your home is looking its best.

Advertise your home

Now it’s time to let people know that your home is for sale. The first step is to put up a “For Sale” sign in your yard. You can also list your home on popular real estate websites like Zillow, Trulia, and Realtor.com. You may even want to take out a print or online ad in your local newspaper or home magazine.

Show your home

Once you start getting interest from potential buyers, it’s time to start showing your home. You can do this yourself or hire a real estate agent to do it for you (although remember that this will come at a cost in commission). Be prepared to answer questions about your home and be flexible with showings. The more people who see your home, the more likely you are to get an offer.

Negotiate with buyers

Once you receive an offer on your home, it’s time to start negotiating. This can be a tricky process, so it’s important to be firm about what you want but also be willing to compromise. If you’re not sure how to negotiate, you may want to consult a real estate attorney or agent for help.

FSBO can be more challenging than hiring an agent. This makes it harder to reach potential buyers and effectively market your home. You won’t have access to the Multiple Listing Service (MLS), which is the top tool for real estate agents to reach buyers,so you will have a limited audience.  If you’re willing to put in the extra work, FSBO can be effective.

There are a few potential downsides to FSBO (For Sale by Owner).

The first is that you may not have as much exposure as you would if you listed with a real estate company. Your home will only be visible on FSBO websites and some social media platforms. It’s possible that buyers who are working with a real estate agent may not even know your home is for sale unless they happen to drive by and see the sign in your yard.

Likewise, you’ll be responsible for the marketing materials associated with selling your home.  Since you won’t have access to the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) you will need to do your own marketing. This includes things like photos, virtual tours, flyers, and any other type of advertisement. You’ll need to make sure that these are high quality and accurately reflect the condition of your home.

You’ll also be responsible for negotiating with buyers and their agents. If you’re not familiar with the process or don’t have much experience with this, it can be difficult. If you’re not comfortable with negotiation, it’s possible that you could end up leaving money on the table.

How a Cash Buyer Can Help Sell your House

There are many benefits of using a cash home buyer when selling your house. The most obvious benefit is that you will receive cash for your house. This can be helpful if you need to move quickly or if you are behind on payments and need to catch up. Another benefit is that you will not have to go through the hassle of showings and open houses. This can be a time-consuming process, especially if you have already moved out of your house. Finally, cash home buyers typically do not require repairs or renovations before they purchase your house. This means that you can sell your house as-is, which can save you time and money.

Cash home buyers like Fair Property Buyers buy homes directly from sellers, which saves time. This option can be a good choice if you need to sell your home quickly.  Although the amount of time it takes to sell your home on your own may vary, working with a cash buyer is a fast process. You can close and have cash in hand from Fair Property Buyers in as little as 3 days, depending on the situation. This allows you to move on from your old house and start fresh without having to wait for months or even years to find a qualified buyer. If you are looking for a fast and easy way to sell your house, then selling to a cash home buyer may be the best option for you.  Fill out the form below for a no obligation consultation and get the process started.



Greg Bilbro

Greg Bilbro

Greg Bilbro is the CEO and co-founder of GeoFlip. After a decade of successfully flipping hundreds of distressed residential properties himself, Bilbro founded GeoFlip. His single focus is to deliver in-bound leads and build 7-figure results for REI's nationwide. His history of 20+ years as principal buyer, 10+ years generating leads and 2,600 Conversion Coaching hours makes him an authority in the lead gen space. Prior to entering the real estate space, Bilbro was a Series 7 and 63 securities and registered investment advisor with New York Life and NYLife Securities. Soon after being named “Rookie of the Year”, he was promoted to become the youngest Partner nationwide at New York Life at just 25 years old. Bilbro is a native of Texas and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from the University of New Mexico. He currently hangs his hat in Scottsdale, Arizona with his sidekick Frenchie, “Bity.”