Social Networking is the latest marketing trend with the ability to connect and communicate with others in a fast and efficient manner. Your property will be posted on several social networking site including Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, LinkedIn, and hundreds more! We not only follow up with auto-responders but also with a live call.
We will feature your Brooklyn home, house or condo for Sale on YouTube by making several different videos of your property and posting them at different times so it is always fresh. You will be on page 1 of Google within hours of listing with us.
Want To Sell Your Home, House Or Condo In Brooklyn NY?
Selling your Brooklyn Home is all about knowing the local housing market. Pricing your Brooklyn home correctly is crucial to maximizing the highest selling price possible. As an Brooklyn area expert, I can help determine what direction the Brooklyn market is trending, so you can make the right choices when it comes to selling your Brooklyn NY home to get the highest price possible!
Accurate pricing is key to get as many people as possible to tour and make offers on your home, especially when you first list your home. There’s a current pool of buyers waiting for new listings to hit the market, which is why accurate pricing and staging your Brooklyn home properly is crucial.
Things to Think About When Selling Your Brooklyn NY Home, House Or Condo
Once we’ve determined the price, I can give you advice about the little things that you can do to stage your home to get you the highest possible price! You’d be surprised by the simple measures you can take to dress up your home to attract more qualified buyers.
We have a marketing plan that is designed to get maximum exposure to the buyers that are currently looking, and all agents that have buyers. Through pricing, staging, agent accessibility, and visibility, both on and offline, We can successfully sell your home to help you achieve your goals.
There are many real estate agents in Brooklyn NY. Some of them are really good and some not so much.
Interview at least 3-5 real estate agents to learn who can do the job of selling your Brooklyn NY home better.
Preferably do it in person, face to face.
Things To Ask & Look For:
Ask an agent to show you samples of his/her internet marketing.
What websites and online services he/she will use to market your Brooklyn NY home.
Ask to show samples of pictures and videos for past listings.
Find out if this agent is a part-time or full-time agent. (Nothing against part-time agents, but you have to know when & how your agent would be able to take care of business).
Ask for the agent's honest opinion on the asking price.
Ask for an explanation on how this real estate agent came up with this price. What sources of information were used? Require to see that information.
Ask for comparable "SOLD" listings information in your area in the last 6-12 months. (Be aware! Some agents will tell you anything you want to hear, just to get your listing. Understand that to promise you the price and to actually sell for this price are 2 completely different things.)
Ask to see a marketing plan this real estate agent uses to sell homes in Brooklyn NY.
Ask to show you online samples of that marketing plan implementation.
Ask to explain in details each part of the Marketing Plan (You want to make sure this real estate agent really knows what in that plan & how it's done).
Google the agent's full name, it serves 2 purposes: first you will see how this agent marketing his/her own services (if a real estate agent can't market his/her own services, how is he/she planning to market your home?) & second you will be able to learn about this agent as a person, including past clients feedbacks/reviews.
Ask how often and by which means of communication you will get an update on what is going on with selling of your Brooklyn NY home. (Call, text, email, personal meeting)
When you are signing a "Listing agreement" require a real estate agent to explain it to you. Especially pay attention to: "Asking price", "Expiration date", "Full commission" and "Commission split" (Usually sale of a home involves "Listing" & "Selling" agents). Ask an agent to explain the difference and how he/she is splitting the commission and why.
Ask an agent to explain the difference between "Exclusive right to sell" and "Office exclusive" types of listings (Especially if an agent is advising to sign an "Office exclusive" listing agreement, what is the advantage and disadvantages of "Office exclusive" listing agreement?).
To be continued............