You've seen the light......as have many other agents. There are any number of web options to publicize open houses, including trulia but we rely on two important factors: Open house signs and the homes natural visibility.
For this reason, we evaluate the homes location and visibility prior to taking the listing. After price, curb appeal, and community....the homes location relative to traffic and visibility may be the next most imoprtant selling factor.
Yes! Less paper, more net........smart, very smart!
We use voluntary sign-in and hand out flyers. Visitors are usually free to roam the property, though for higher end homes we'll post assistants in several areas for security purposes and to answer questions.... more
I found these agents with short sale listings in Kenosha:
Ron and Diana Dahlberg kenoshahomesforsale.com/myhomes.asp
Keller Williams Realty-Elm Grove kwelmgrove.com
Pete O Connor at Shorewest Realtors appears to be a "Certified Short Sale Professional" stephenoconnor.com/About_Pete/page_2159703.html
If you know anyone interested in Cape Cod, send them my way please.... more
So do I. Here's the thing - it costs me $150 to hire somebody who has two degrees in photography and visual arts, and there's no equipment on this green earth that's going to let me take pictures as well as she does - especially the interior shots.
Personally, I've found that any high-pixel tourist camera will take great pictures of the outdoors. But just as letting a photographer browse the MLS doesn't make them a good real estate agent, having a good camera doesn't make us good photographers.
All the best,... more
Here, that is one of the imortant piece on the top of the Listing:
It will say DOM, for days on the market.
We recently had a change to include the CURRENT DOM, (CDOM) in the case of a listing that is taken off the market for a short time, and then put back on, possibly with another Broker.
Good luck and may God bless... more
I think that higher compensation increases showings, but offers will come based upon the buyer's preferences. Gimmicks might get you attention.....and sometimes that leads to showings. For the most part, agents pay attention to the base compensation (even though many say they do not look at it.)... more
Call the agent and ask for the pictures be removed, if he/she is uncooperative speak to the broker owner--check your local MLS policy regarding usage of another agent's photos--in my MLS it is not allowed and can result in a fine, unless of course the agent who owns the pictures doesn't mind--... more
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Two thoughts on the matter. One If you could co-list the property with someone outside of the immediate area in order to expand the MLS exposure.
Two, consider placing an ad in St. Paul magazine or similar publications. Not to mention sites like Trulia!!!