Just Sold! Located on a quiet, dead-end lane and tucked behind an 80′ privet hedge, this unassuming 1920s cottage packed plenty of surprises once my clients crossed its threshold. Listed for $439,900
I'm assuming you are an agent since you are listed as real estate pro therefore do you have an enhanced package on realtor.com? At my opens, I monitor where and how my visitors came to find my open house and most of them will say either the internet (realtor.com allows you to post the open houses), as does trulia, openhouse.com, and PNJP's website which gets fed through to many additional websites through RSS Feeds. Does your company offer this type of "inline marketing"? If not, then I definitely recommend you posting on Craigs List (it seems to be an effective way to advertise opens for Essex County - not sure about your counties). I also post it on the virtual tour website and if you create a free postlets account - postlets will feed directly to other websites as well. Directional signs (if permitted by town) have always attracted traffic to my opens as well. In months I have not had a visitor come from a newspaper ad.
Hope I was able to help and good luck!
Gina Chirico, Sales Associate
Prudential NJ Properties
973-239-7700 ext 132
I am a little confused as to what you are asking. If you list a home for sale it is listed with the firm with you as the agent. In NC real estate law while you manage the listing and are the agent the contract is actually with the "firm". Flat fee brokerages generally just provide little if any support and simply put the home in the local MLS. They then get no commission and their work is done.
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