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Reading section four of my Real Estate book, Sold: Listing to Closing – The Ultimate Home Sellers Guide, will probably be a bit of an eye opener. The subject of this section is marketing and what that means when you’re trying to sell a home. Because of our personal connection to our homes we may not think of it as a product that needs to be marketed, but it is. In this section home marketing techniques are discussed at length and some traditional strategies are exposed as failed ideas. It may seem like a bold claim, but it also happens to be supported by a lot of strong evidence.
Marketing: Time to Go to Work
A good agent isn’t satisfied with just placing a sign on your lawn and waiting for your home to sell by pure luck. They have a bag of marketing tools they use to promote your home and encourage a steady stream of potential buyers asking for viewings.
What you’ll learn in this book is that there are specific strategies that can be used to make sure your home sells as quickly as possible and for as much money as possible. This is clearly laid out with 23 specific selling secrets that should be included in any good home marketing plan. A good agent will make sure you do all of these things to give you the best return on investment possible.