Yes, I do and while it is something that has to be explained, most of the sellers do grasp it after explanation. I find it a valuable tool, especially if you have a seller whose property 'hugs' between two price ranges.... more
That's a great question! I've been using YouTube for years. As a matter of Fact, Michael Miller wrote a chapter in his recent book "YOU TUBE FOR BUSINESS" about my use of YouTube in my real estate business. The other businesses profiled in his book are the likes of Blendtec and D-Link.
For the most part, few people shop for homes on YouTube. However, the platform YouTube provides to promote your listings is incredibly flexible. Additionally, the feeder mechanism to your website works very well. And, yes, I have sold listing that were the direct result of a listing on YouTube.(YouTube posting have a unique telephone number) Using YouTube for growing your business requires that the other two needed touch points are provided also. It is important to understand why citizens go to YouTube.... more
No doubt quality Robin! Isn't that the worst to read "contact me" or "ask a lender", or my favorite (NOT) is "I am not willing to give this information in a public forum so if you would like someone who can help call me". I have to ask myself at that very moment, why are they even on the public forum then? Secondly, why would someone be enticed to contact them when15-20 other agents gave the answers, some in great detail and additional pointers to think about? LOL, I never cease to be entertained on here:=)... more