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There are 101 for sale by owner (FSBO) homes in MI. The most popular counties in MI with the most for sale by owner (FSBO) homes are Oakland County with an average list price of $234,150 ($165/sq ft), Wayne County with an average list price of $141,250 ($107/sq ft), and Lapeer County with an average list price of $695,000 ($252/sq ft). Cities in MI with most for sale by owner (FSBO) homes are Big Rapids with an average list price of $292,250 ($218/sq ft), Oakland with an average list price of $287,800 ($/sq ft), and Lapeer with an average list price of $695,000 ($252/sq ft).
The MLS or mostly known as Multiple Listing Service is a local database of available properties for sale by agents, but not homes for sale by owner. It’s a portal only accessible by licensed real estate brokers and agents who can list your property, search for user’s data, or find home buyers. A Flat Fee MLS, on the other hand, is a real estate service that can market your for sale by owner (FSBO) home in Michigan for an “Entry Only” service with a pre-set price to list your property on the MLS. When you sell your house as a For Sale By Owner (FSBO), a Flat Fee MLS in Michigan is a perfect option that will save you at least half the traditional full commission. Instead of the 5 to 6% agent commission, you only need to pay a discounted price to list your home or choose a Flat Fee package that offers other real estate services. Once you opt for a flat fee, you can list your property on the local MLS and get distributed to Realtor.com, Zillow, Trulia, Redfin, and other real estate portals.