Sell a home without a realtor by pricing the home properly, ensuring it is in good repair, putting up signs, advertising online and showing the home to potential buyers, according to Consumer Reports. Also verify the funds of any potential buyers and hire a real estate attorney.Continue Reading
Price the home properly by using online appraisal tools, as well as online tools that display recent sales prices of nearby homes, advises Consumer Reports. Track real estate blogs and attend open houses near the home to learn the final sales prices of similar properties. Clean the home and make any necessary repairs; consider hiring professional stagers to provide advice on how to properly present the home.
Use online tools to create brochures, purchase print advertising and receive training, explains Consumers Reports. List the property on multiple real estate websites and place yard signs that clearly display the contact information in an area with an unobstructed view and near the street. Conduct showings of the home that include tours, and follow up quickly with potential buyers. When proceeding without a realtor, verify that potential buyers have been pre-approved for mortgages, and hire a real estate attorney to provide advice and help with contracts.Learn more about Real Estate