I sold my last home myself and my currrent one is up for sale FSBO. It is really not that difficult to do yourself, and you save lots of money.
If you live in a drive thru neighborhood, first put up a sign in your yard. You will be surprised at how many calls you will get. You can also place ads in our local papers and those small grocery store mags. More impt, you can list online with FSBO.com and others similar for a few hundred dollars. They also offer an multiple listing service (mls) option for a small upcharge, that only requires buyers services commission at 2-4%. (I am considering this option for myself.) Craigslist is another option.
I developed a standard form to use for the purchase/sale contract that works well. It can be modified to suit your individual needs and changes can be saved. It's in msword.doc format, easy to use, and is sent electronically by email. If interested, it's listed on ebay under "real estate digital" under the "everything else" category.
After my purchase contract was signed and accepted, I had an attny review it, which cost around $300, but it was good peace of mind. As a seller, I went thru closing myself (without an attny) and everything went like clock work.
Hope this helps. Good luck and take care, Bill.