Real estate marketing solutions
over 80% of potential real estate buyers start their home search online.
I invest in internet marketing, search engine optimization(SEO) and my website to ensure my real estate listings are found online and presented in a manner for optimal visitor experience.
Your home will be listed in the MLS® database to be accessed by other realtors and potential buyers.
My personal home search ensures your listing is emailed to every prospective buyer in my database, who is looking for a home that matches your listing.
traditional print material is still an effective means of advertising
The print version of MLS® listings.
Newspaper and Magazines
Ongoing marketing in relevant newspapers or magazines.
Targeted mail-outs are sent to businesses and residences.
Free Home Evaluations
What’s your home worth? Send me a message now for a free home evaluation.
I will help you price your home competitively to attract qualified buyers. The way I do this is by generating a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) report, which will show you a range of prices being paid for homes in your area. You can complete my online form to get a feel for your home’s market value.
During the process of selling a home, you’ll unearth countless questions. I know how difficult it can be to sift through all the details in order to find answers relevant and meaningful to you. I’ve put together the following series of reports that provide clear, concise and useful information on a wide range of issues related to real estate. Here you’ll find tips on how to save money, real estate insider secrets, renovation advice, and much more.
I’d be happy to personally answer any other questions you may have. Remember, I will be here to assist you every step of the way!
“You never get a second chance at a first impression.” We’ve all heard this expression before. And now, while you are preparing your house to sell, it should not be far from your mind.
If you are considering looking for a new house, and are a current home-owner, then chances are you’re wondering what your strategy should be: do you wait to find the perfect new home before you put your current home on the market, or do you sell first and then look around?
When preparing your property to show, work your way from the outside in. It is essential that your home possess a certain “drive-up appeal”. Remember, a potential buyer’s first impression of your house is formed while s/he is still sitting in the realtor’s car.
Once you’ve minimized the clutter in your home, clearing out excess items and furniture, you’ll be ready to concentrate on repairs, cleaning, and decoration. Your goal is to get each room looking its sharpest and most fresh – the better your house looks, the greater your chances that it will sell quickly and for top dollar.
Finding a real estate agent who is right for you requires doing a little homework, and asking the right questions. Choosing an agent is a decision that could ultimately cost or save you thousands of dollars.
Don’t get discouraged if your property hasn’t sold during its first appearance on the market. Your home may actually have been one of the most appealing listings of its kind – and the reasons it didn’t sell may have nothing to do with the property itself or the market.
Your home is likely your largest asset, so selling it may be the biggest financial move you’ve ever made, one that requires significant thought and strategy. However, once you’ve entered the market, the process may move very quickly: your property has the best chance to sell within its first seven weeks on the market.