Selling Property: FSBO or Real Estate Agent? Modest Money27 Comments

The following is a guest post about whether you should use FSBO or a real estate agent when selling property. If interested in submitting a guest post, please read my guest post policy and then contact me.

Real estate has become a rather lucrative business these days and if you’re looking to sell a piece of property, you might be wondering whether to go at it yourself or hire a real estate agent to do it for you. Of course, you could be tempted to go FSBO and save the expense of hiring a real estate agent but then again, there is the upside of getting a professional to do the dirty work. So, “fizz-bow” or agent?

For sale by owner or FSBO, pronounced “fizz-bow”, is a real estate term wherein the owner sells his property without hiring the services of a real estate agent. The most obvious advantage to this is that you don’t have to pay anyone to help you sell your property. Most real estate agents will probably get five to eight percent of the total sale of your property. If you go with FSBO, you get to keep all the profits of the sale to…

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