It’s an age-old issue, How to generate business and leads at the best possible cost. Most businesses are looking for…
I was recently speaking with one of my Real Estate partners and we were discussing how agents could possibly sell and attract more out of state buyers.
A home inspection will give you a chance to discover more about the home before you purchase it. In case there are serious problems with the foundation, roofing, plumbing, mold issues, or underground leaks, you will be prepared to address repairs, ask for a price reduction, or walk away from the property.
Well is not all fun a game. But it is a lot of fun. Our blog is filled with articles about how to use photography to help you sell and market more Real Estate. Today I wanted to bring something a little more of what I would call “ Where the Rubber Meets The Road”. I get asked from time from friends and associates. “So what does a day look like for a photographer? More specifically a Real Estate Photographer?
So I did some research and I found that most Realtors don’t have all the information they need to diversify the marketing strategies to a point where they can generate prospects and close more deals. Let’s look into this and see what we can do about it.
The purpose of showing your home is to hook a buyer. You want the buyers to come through your house and be impressed – your goal is to get them engaged, asking questions about the power bill, how old is the roof and are the schools in this area good? You want them to be so impressed in fact, that they’re ready to make an offer.
Every Listing will sell eventually… It’s just a matter of time.That very fact can make it hard for most real estate agents to justify the cost of a professional real estate photographer.