A Realtor® will rely on the Multiple Listing System (MLS) in order to list and sell your house. The MLS will automatically feed all other real estate sites such as Zillow or Realtor®.
Now, when you hire a Realtor® to sell your house you are expected to pay the brokers’ fees of 6% of the sale price. This fee is standard nationwide with all brokers. I do find that Realtors® work extremely hard, and if they know their craft they will bring a load of value to you while taking all the work that comes with selling off your plate. However, you are still reading this blog because you are trying to sell your house without a Realtor®. If that is so, you need to work like a pro and list your own property on all nationwide platforms to sell real estate. This might also come with a fee charged by the website. You want to start with the major sites listed. They will feed all the others for you automatically. One important aspect to remember is to attach your contact information to the property online. Buyers want an easy way to access you, so add your phone number and email for easy reach. You could set up a temporary phone number for the sale through Skype, for example. You can also have a designated email address for incoming messages about the property. You want to be available if a buyer has a question or wants to schedule a showing.