They stated they were the most effective tool when selling a home!
What a person to believe?
Be aware, how 'effective' is measured is curcial.
There are seven measures of 'effectiveness' related to home sales.
Which of these do you refer?
Perhaps you refer to finding the ONE AND ONLY buyer for this home....
Then clearly the best resource is the area real estate professionals who have the real buyers.
And how do you find them? The local MLS.
1. Appropriate pricing
2, Widespread syndication of the listing
3. Property that has been cleaned up
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Price it right (don't be greedy....be strategic!)
Show it well (clean, neat, staged)
Service it well (quick responses to inquiries)
And when you do, hire a professional photographer who can put it up on its own property-specific website. Will the photos also show up on youtube?
Complement the MLS posting by enhancing the listings on Realtor.com, Trulia, Zillow --- which are the most-often visited by both buyers and sellers.
Open offer to San Diego agents-
As I enjoy photography as a hobby, get in touch with me if you need listing photos. I have been contemplating starting a real estate photography side business. I would be happy to take some photos of listing and get your feedback. If I have time, I would be happy to do it.