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Kirk Wickersham Professional Real Estate System Now Available for Average Consumer

Anchorage Realtor Kirk Wickersham's FSBO System Allows Anyone to Sell Their Own Home

ANCHORAGE, AK -- (Marketwired) -- 04/21/14 -- The average person buys two homes throughout their entire life. The process of buying and selling a home is a gigantic undertaking, with many different legal and financial issues -- each of which must be handled correctly and within a specific timeframe. Since buying or selling a home is very complicated, and because most people don't have a lot of real estate experience, most homeowners turn to a real estate agent.

A real estate agent is a licensed professional who understands how to buy and sell a home in your specific area. Since real estate agents only operate within certain territories, the potential agents at your disposal are limited to your specific location. You might not find the agent you want, but selling your home on your own, without an agent, can be a very risky venture. If you make any mistakes, you could ruin the sale. Also, if you're not properly informed, you might end up selling your home for a lot less than its worth.

A New Method for Consumers

At least, that used to be the case when you tried to sell your home without an agent. Today, however, a system developed by Anchorage realtor Kirk Wickersham allows everyday homeowners, even those who have absolutely no familiarity with real estate, to sell their own home. It's called the FSBO System and it's completely changed the real estate industry.

FSBO stands for "For Sale by Owner," and the system itself is a comprehensive set of instructions which guides anyone through the selling process. A one-time, up-front fee grants the homeowner unlimited access to the entire online database.

The homeowner will learn about:

  • Market Analysis of Your Location
  • How to Market Your Home Within that Area
  • Preparation of the Purchase and Sale Agreement
  • Help Throughout the Closing Process
  • Unlimited Professional Support

At any point during the entire process, the homeowner can contact the FSBO System offices for unlimited, personalized support about any selling issue they need clarification on. Between the online instruction and the personal attention, it's like having an agent right next to you -- only you never have to pay a commission. Additionally, the System comes complete with all legal documents you need.

Anchorage Real Estate Superstar

Kirk Wickersham, the developer of the FSBO System, has over 30 years of experience as a real estate broker, in addition to over 40 years of experience as an attorney. He's also the former head of the Alaska Real Estate commission. After years as a real estate broker, he created the For Sale by Owner system in 1997 as a way to help the average homeowner sell their own home.

Since its creation, the System has been a proven success across North America, and has been used to sell homes large and small. The average FSBO user saves about $15,000 when compared to a standard 6% agent commission. It's been a revolution in modern real estate.

For more information about The FSBO system, or developer Kirk Wickersham, visit their website at www.FSBOSystem.com or call (907) 561-3726.

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