Nelly K. Valdes (Wendy)
Realtor at Keller Williams Realty
Cell: (786) 286-7138
Office: 2424 N. Federal Highway,
Suite 318. Boca Raton, FL 33431, US
It is frustrating when a realtor does not put listings in. In my experience,It makes the buyer feel as if there is something wrong with the home. I as an agent put as many possible pictures in my listings as I possibly can so that I can give the viewer a tour of the home from the entrance all throughout the living space. It is important to see the pictures in the unit to see if you can live with the appliances, the flooring, and the walls. I feel your pain as many times I have to preview properties for my customers before they even come to purchase. If only other agents that list properties would do their job completely it would make the buying experience a little bit easier. Good luck in your search and if you need assistance in the Delray market, I am your gal ;)
Of course I wouldn't be worth my salt if I didn't invite you to contact me. If you are not already working with someone in the area, please feel free to send me an email or give me a call and I'll give you as much insight to the local market and current listings as I can.
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" Great Contacts " in your areas of choice. They can send you
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You always want to look for properties that meet your criteria! Good
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Listing Info is always presented to put the property circumstaces
in the most favorable "light". Some confirmation " from the ground"
should be secured before landing! Best!
Bob Brubaker Highlight Realty Palm Beach County Fl.
I completely agree. Post pictures ofthe property, that area you think might interest the public. they are getting smarter than that. step it up an bit and show them respect.
Why not spend your efforts in requesting the specific information you want.
As Sally indicated, there are many reasons for only one photo.
NONE of them have to do with being lazy.
They do however, have a lot to do with being stategic.
Local folks who know the community, won't let the lack if images deter them.
Local buyer preferences.
"First Look" buyers will receive 'recommended' properties that others will turn from for silly reasons such as insufficient pictures.
Committed buyer preferences.
This may be a investor qualified property where the numbers, not the pictures, are the compelling factors.
Cash buyer preferences.
Your hesitance to take decisive action is EXACTLY the outcome that is desired. You have volunteered to be a victim. If you want more information, ask for it.
What exactly are you looking for and what is the budget? Providing better information gets better results.
Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL