Seller Info

Marketing Your Home

Selling a home is different than any other type of property because each home is unique in its own way, the marketplace is always in flux, interest rates are constantly changing, and new buyers are searching each day. It’s really important to have a strong, consistent marketing plan that tailors to your individual home and market conditions. Experienced Realtors have done their research; they know what works and what resources to employ to effectively market your home.

What worked a couple years ago might not be the solution today. Teresa stays up-to-date on current practices and trends through ongoing research. For instance, print ads, open houses, flyers, etc are not as effective today as they once were. In this day and age, the internet is an increasingly important factor in real estate marketing. According to the National Association of Realtors (NAR), most people begin their home-buying process on the internet. Social media, email, instant messaging, and other outlets offer new forms of communication that link Realtors and consumers in a fast, easy way. As the internet evolves, more technologies and techniques will be introduced to make transactions easier and more efficient. It’s important to hire someone who will construct a relevant plan that will appeal to potential buyers.

Channels to Market Your Home

One potential strategy to market your home is to enter your listing into the Multiple Listing Service (MLS). There are tons of syndication sites for homes, but once your house is listed with a Realtor and put into the local MLS, it is now available for all Realtors with potential buyers to see. Much of a listing realtor’s work will be quiet and unseen, but don’t be fooled. It is extremely important. All outreach efforts from quiet telephone calls to web postings to follow-ups with open house visitors are integral parts of the home selling process.