I have noticed that over the course of making a relationship with real estate managers, you’ll be able to get them to understand that, in most real estate financial transaction, a percentage is paid. Ultimately, FSBO sellers never “save” the percentage. Rather, they try to win the commission simply by doing the agent’s work. In doing this, they spend their money plus time to accomplish, as best they’re able to, the duties of an agent. Those jobs include displaying the home by way of marketing, offering the home to buyers, making a sense of buyer emergency in order to prompt an offer, scheduling home inspections, controlling qualification inspections with the loan provider, supervising maintenance, and aiding the closing.