Expect to be listed on the New York State MLS, Long Island MLS or if you’re lucky the Manhattan MLS. None of these are very relevant for NYC because of their small membership bases and small number of listings in NYC and the fact that the bigger NYC brokerages have opted out of membership.
Moreover, these “national” FSBO websites will not list you in StreetEasy which is currently the most popular consumer real estate search website in NYC. As a result, for the cost of up to $1,000 you will be listed in a MLS that’s irrelevant to NYC and still have to pay $399 if you wanted to list FSBO on StreetEasy for 28 days. As a result, you might as well have listed FSBO on Zillow and Trulia for free.