Ok, I have one thing to say about FSBO's, what's their deal? You know, I have many different experiences working with FSBO's, alot have been positive and alot have been negative. The truth is, you never know who you are going to get when you pick up that phone and make the infamous "cold call". I can remember still being a newbie and not knowing anything about real estate. I had a license, but that was about it. I knew everything I needed to know in order to pass a test, but once again, that was about it. It was always stressed on us to call FSBO's, make it happen. Ever since then, I have tried to become somewhat of an expert on calling them. I have converted alot, and have met very nice people in doing so. However, let me speak of the negative experiences. I trust you have had them too. You have the know it alls who all think they don't need a realtor. They can do twice a better job than we can, and thats it. Then you have the people, who just don't want to pay any commission, they refuse and don't want to. Then you the all mighty real estate investors. Now they are an experience, they are like a combination of all, they don't want to pay a commission because they are on a budget, they know more than you and me. Then they have the people who just put a for sale sign up to see if they get any offers. They are not serious about selling, just want to see what happens. If I can tell you in my career as a realtor, all these different kinds of FSBO's have left me running if I still want to work them. Anyway, please let me hear your experiences or even solutions on your FSBO marketing.