How It Works

MyFSBO’s innovative approach to seller empowerment ensures that you will be in control of selling your home. Each of our FSBO options include a core suite of services that will help you rock the "by owner" sales approach and close your deal quickly!

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Select the FSBO seller's package
that best meets your needs.

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Complete the online
seller intake form.

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Pay your seller deposit.

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MyFSBO will contact you
to begin the next steps.

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Seller Rights

Your Rights as a Seller

1. You have the right to list your home at any price point you choose. However, it is important to understand that may not be what your home will sell for.

2. You have the right to change the listing price of your list price at any time.

3. You have the right to choose to take your home off the market.

4. You have the right to choose to sell your home without the help of a licensed professional.

5. You have the right to attend all home inspections once you have accepted an offer.

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As a MyFSBO seller, you have certain responsibilities to help support the FSBO process.

Your Seller Responsibilities

Be Mindful

It is likely that you will be working with a buyer’s agent. Please keep in mind that this person may be the one who is selling your property to their client so ensure that your interactions with them are courteous and professional.

Be Accommodating

Realtors and buyers may require special times and days to see your property. Do your best to accommodate their scheduling needs. You are responsible for answering phone calls and text messages from perspective buyer’s agent and schedule showing appointments that work for everyone.


When you have an accepted offer, and when you close on your home, you must promptly notify the MyFSBO office so that this information may be noted in the MLS. You also must have the capability and means to fax or email contracts between the realtors and buyers you are working with.

Don't Discriminate

You are responsible for showing your home and must understand that you do not have the right to discriminate against people because of their race, religion, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, etc. You must comply with all anti-discrimination laws.

Provide Complete Disclosures

State law requires certain disclosure on the condition of your home. These disclosure forms are required for you to complete and provide to interested parties. You will have to disclose the overall condition of the home such as the roof, electrical system, plumbing, foundation, heating and cooling. You’ll also have to disclose the condition of the appliances and components that will be included with the purchase of the property such as the refrigerator, dishwasher, oven/range, sump pumps, fireplace and chimney. This may help protect you from the possibility of being sued later for the repair or replacement of such things.

Lead Based Paint

It is mandatory that if your home was built prior to 1978, you must furnish the buyer with any information or reports related to lead-based paint in the home. MyFSBO can provide you with a copy of the state mandated disclosure.

Closing Costs

As the Seller, you may be responsible for real estate closing costs. You should contact your local Title Insurance Company to get an overview of what closing costs to expect. These closing costs could include transfer tax, title insurance, deed preparation costs, and a buyer’s agency commission of 2.5-4%.



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