When selling your home, it is important for your real estate agent to understand digital marketing. If you want the most reach for your home listing to get it sold quick and for the most amount of money, then find an agent that understands the internet and how to market it on video.
We are Auctioneers! Huh? You mean you’re a real estate agent, right? One may think. But in today’s housing market, we think more like an auctioneer when we sell your home. You see, inventory is so tight right now. Some agents may cut back on their marketing efforts, relying only on the state of the current market to sell the home they’re representing.
A yard sign won’t cut it. We’ve got marketing down. It’s how we get the most eyes on your property. Did you know that we’ve got years of multi-media marketing training under our belts? We aren’t just slapping your home on the internet and hoping that it sells. Nope.
Why is my home not selling? Your photos aren’t wowing potential buyers. Have you hired out professional photos or are you relying on realtor Robert’s mediocre photos from an android? If your home doesn’t look its best online it will not sell (for the price it deserves) Potential buyers will “tour” your home online before they ever step inside.
While there are lots of new, inspiring Kitchen trends in 2020, you can bet that white kitchens will never go out of style. A kitchen is the heart of the home, and when it comes to crafting a timeless design scheme, you can never go wrong with an all-white palette.
Are you looking to Wow your potential home buyers? Listed below are a few things that buyers nowadays are looking for when purchasing a home. With these simple adjustments, this could be just the thing that wows your next buyer.
Selling a home can be challenging at times and one of the most challenging things can be handling low ball offers. Low-ball offers can be extremely frustrating when you have done your homework and know what your home is worth. It’s important to remember that it takes several rounds of negotiations between a buyer and seller to make a transaction work. If handled properly, a low-ball offer can turn into a good offer that you can be happy with.
Having your home on the market for longer then you planned and not knowing why or if it will sell, can be a frustrating ordeal. Especially when you’re ready to get started in a new home. Having experienced this before, I thought I would share the most common reasons why your home isn’t selling.
Thinking about making home improvements? Which improvements can give you the best return on investment? Which are the most desired by potential buyers and what is the market looking for? Here are some key home improvements that will provide value to your home and give you the highest return of investment.
The key to make any successful transaction in the market when it comes to business and sales, is price and exposure. Selling your home is no different. Pricing it right and getting in front of those ready to buy is the key to success. How do you do it? Well the best place to begin is to understand how to market your home.
Some of the more common reasons your house won’t sell is either because of the market exposure or your listing price. Pricing your home can be one of the trickiest parts of the home-selling experience. Here are the 5 common mistakes to avoid when pricing your home.
Having a firsthand experience being a FSBO, I thought I would share my struggles of trying to sell a house without a real estate agent. I found out that the cons really outweighed the pros on selling my house on my own.