To List or Not List

Many sellers debate the question as to whether to List or Not List. There are pro’s and con’s to both.
Let’s take a look at what it means to “List your house for sale,” and  what it means to “Not List your house for sale”. Often times you hear  “For Sale By Owner,” also known as “FSBO”.

To List your house means to make a contract with a real estate professional, who is licensed with your state government, to put your house on the market, and represent your interests in the local housing market.

Conversely, to Not List your house, means that you will represent yourself, and no one is going to represent you. You can put it out on the market as best as you can, and there are ways you can do that.

First, here’s a quick video on what it takes to LIST.

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Grace

Grace started Grateful Nuts Homes in 2010. Grateful for the opportunities that America provides even when times are rough, and believes in being nuts when those times are tough. She's nuts about helping people. She volunteers for several non-profit organizations, including Rotary, and the Eugene Opera, and Habitat for Humanity.

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