Hi folks, My wife has accepted a very nice job in Tucson, so we will be moving at the end of June. That's the good news! The bad news - we have to sell our 1 1/4 year-old house that we built. We got burnt in the past trying to sell a house. It took forever and we ended up with a double mortgage for way too long. We would like to avoid that if at all possible. There is still a lot of building going on in our area, but the fact that the house is already here, a popular model from the builder, and on the best lot in the neighborhood - hopefully all this will make it appealing. We are going to be picking up/cleaning up over the next week and hopefulyl putting it on the market at the end of next week. The big dilemma is whether to go with a traditional realtor or to go with one of these newer services like Help-U-Sell. With a traditional realtor, we would have to price our house higher to make certain we get back what we paid for it (6% commission). But perhaps this person would work harder to get the house sold. We really want to have an accepted offer by the end of April if at all possible so that we can house search in Tucson in May. With Help-U-Sell, I believe it is a flat fee (~$2000) to list with MLS. Sounds like a great deal versus the realtor, but I'm afraid that the house won't get as much attention on the market. Sure, it will be in the MLS system, but is another realtor going to want to show our house when they would not get the normal commission on it? Any input or experience on this topic would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!