How Ed Geist Realtor Markets Your Property
Ed develops a unique specialized marketing plan for each home that he markets. Our goal is to capture the maximum exposure for your home in the shortest period of time. We understand that we do not always know where a buyer will find out about your home. We always market your home on the internet, to other buyer’s agents and at your home. We also develop a specific marketing plan to target the most likely buyer for your property using the following marketing tools:
Making a good first impression is a key part of attracting prospective buyers, and since the majority of home buyers begins their home search online, Ed works with experienced photographers to highlight the best features of your home with high quality photographs and virtual tours.
Studies have shown that to have an effective marketing campaign your home needs to be on more than just the web site of your local multiple listing service (RMLS). More than 80 percent of home buyers begin their home search on the Internet, according to The National Association of Realtors. When Ed manages your marketing campaign we will have your home listed on the top 10 web sites for home searches, web sites such as RMLS, Zillow, Truila, Realtor.com. In addition, we will develop your own personal web site for your home.
At your Home
Ed will have a colorful sign placed in your yard along with contact information for Ed. We will provide full color brochures and flyers for buyers who are visiting your home. We will have a broker’s tour so that buyer’s agents will have a chance to tour your home. We will have an advertised Sunday open house so that neighbors and interested people can tour your home.
Marketing To Realtors
Using the latest technology, Ed is dedicated to bring buyers to your property through other real estate agents. We use direct email and e-mail campaigns to alert and remind other agents that your home is on the market.
Every home has a story to tell, our goal is to tell your story through as many venues as necessary. The goal is to attract qualified buyers who wish to visit your home so that they can learn more. A buyer cannot fall in love with a home unless they get inside to see and touch it. There is something powerful to have a buyer sit in the living room or at the dining room table and take in the full feeling of a home