Posted August 3, 2011
Colby Sambrotto, a founder and former chief operating officer of ForSalebyOwner.com, a large website for owner sales, spent six months trying to sell his condominium himself through online listings and classified ads, before turning over the listing of the 2,000-square-foot apartment to a broker.
By May, it went into contract, he said, after attracting multiple offers. It closed in the last few days for $150,000 more than the original asking price.
Details in the Wall Street Journal.
There are certain situations where one can sell a property themselves, but generally “listed” properties sell faster and for more money.
[So . . . you can probably save money by hiring an agent to sell your home.]