One other thought I had for you. As you populate websites on the Internet, keep this in mind. In order to gain a buyer's interest in your home, you must satisfy 70% of their selection criteria. This criteria includes different things for different buyers. But the most common types of information they are looking for are of course, price, size, location, number of beds/bahs, year built, etc. And since there is no way to actually know what they think is important, the best advice is to give them as much information as possible and let them sort through it and pick out what they want.
This information can include such things as surveys, floorplans, lists of upgrades, school information, property taxes, community information, maps...the list is long. Anything that you can think of about the property that may influence a buyers decision should be made available to them.
WIth the number of homes for sale in today's market, it takes this type of information to make a property stand out. And in addition to the information itself, there are a number of ways to present it...slide shows, audio/video presentations, instant voice access, etc. And most important, photos, photos and more photos.
If you can put the time and effort into creating this kind of Internet presence, you will be far ahead of your competition in trying to entice a buyer. Simply stated, buyers that don't get what they want will move on to the next property. Unfortunately I see this quite often in working with buyers. As we look at property on MLS for example, if the listing does not have photos, they say "NEXT". They just do not want to take the time to try and figure out if the home might be of interest when the next listing is load with information.
Hope this helps. I will be happy to offer any advice to you that you may need during your selling process.
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