Is OwnersRE.com the agent-less answer for commission-phobic home sellers?

OwnersRE.com charges homeowners $250 to market and manage the sale of their home.

Is OwnersRE.com the agent-free answer for commission-phobic sellers?

Formally launched this month after a three-month soft release, the company charges owners $250 for use of the platform, which includes a website and productivity dashboard for the home.

5 tips that’ll help you win over any FSBO

When it comes to for-sale-by-owner prospecting, there are two types of agents: the ones who will win the owners’ trust and list the home and the hundreds of others who will give up and move on. What do the winning agents do differently, and how can you pull it off? Here are some top strategies for converting FSBOs.

7 reasons most FSBOs crash and burn

For-sale-by-owners have good intentions, but their knowledge is weak. They simply don’t know what they don’t know. Here are seven reasons FSBOs tend to be unsuccessful — and eventually hire a real estate agent. 

Trying to win over FSBOs? Here’s what works (and what doesn’t)

Here are the best (and worst) ways to respond to the three most common FSBO objections. Find out what works and what hurts when it comes time to close.

Prospecting FSBOs? Don’t do these 4 things

For-sale-by-owners can be a lucrative pillar of lead generation, but they can also be a tightrope walk between gaining a listing and angering a homeseller.

ShowPal is trying to improve for-sale-by-owner model with tech

Iowa-based ShowPal is trying to make for-sale-by-owner deals more successful and more appealing to a broader segment of homeowners.

3 FSBO scripts that are sure to land you an appointment

Most real estate agents find that the biggest hurdle to getting for-sale-by-owner (FSBO) listings is setting appointments. FSBOs don’t want to work with an agent, and they certainly aren’t interested in getting a sales pitch.

8 reasons selling without a real estate agent is a recipe for disaster

Unguided decision-making when handling the single largest transaction someone makes can result in a rocky real estate process with issues that could have been avoided.

11 reasons for sale by owner is a terrible idea

Frank, a smart and tech-savvy Denver homeowner, thought he’d skip the agent commission and sell his house himself. He researched his home’s property value, found a buyer and got the house under contract. It seemed like a done deal.