Our marketing strategies are based on the concept of maximum exposure. In addition to traditional real estate marketing channels and grassroots outreach, we also generate exposure for your property through a comprehensive online syndication program targeting the most heavily trafficked real estate websites. This program includes enhanced listings with property photos on the best Real Estate sites.
Our Objectives for Your Property
- To expose your home to the maximum number of interested and capable buyers.
- To educate all interested prospects on the unique features and lifestyle benefits your home offers.
- To get the highest possible sales price for your home by analyzing the current market conditions.
- To make the listing and sales process easy, convenient, and hassel-free for you.
- To educate & assist you in the most effective way to present your home for the greatest buyer impact.
Marketing Plan Elements
- Assist you in ordering the appropriate inspections.
- Educate you and potential buyers on the numerous methods of financing the purchase of your home.
- Place your property on the Board of Realtors computerized MLS with photos which promotes the home in an easily accessible and frequently used tool for Realtors.
- Publish a property information brochure
- Color brochures inside the house to give clients information to take home after a showing.
- Highlight your property on popular real estate web sites like: Zillow – Trulia – HomesPad, Yahoo Homes – Postlets, etc
- Keep track of all showings by other agents to obtain their feedback and promote your home.
- Regularly provide you with information on the current market conditions and any possible affects on the sale of your property.
- Send you copies of all ads that we place.
- Ensure that any offers from buyers are pre-qualified and capable of closing on the purchase.
- Assist you in negotiating all offers in order to get the highest dollar value for your property and favorable terms.
- Follow up and keep in close contact with you throughout the listing and escrow period.