Home Selling Bradenton Florida Manatee County
Posted on Jul 08, 2012
Simple But Effective: Manatee County Real Estate Front Yard Marketing ‘For Sale’ Signs = You Mean Business
When it comes to Manatee County Real Estate property search resources, one tool house hunters rely on without hesitation is so simple they probably don’t even think about it. Although online sites and search engines are incredibly valuable, some stall users until they give up their email address. Classified ads may be tried and true, but often require searchers to make a phone inquiry to learn the address in question. But there is a low-demand, high-yield, unequivocal property search aid without any of those drawbacks: the good ol’ frontyard ‘For Sale’ sign.
It may seem like an awfully old-fashioned marketing method, but that sign remains one of the most effective tools we recommend to attract buyers. With the prices of single-family homes on the rise in half of the largest US cities, many who have been on the sidelines waiting for the market to turn around are revisiting the idea of selling. For them, what about putting out that ‘For Sale’ sign?
One advantage is obvious: signs alert the most interested potential buyers – those already on a property search in Bradenton Florida. Your agent’s posted cell phone number (or a number that plays a recorded message) will certainly draw inquiries from interested buyers. Although its reach is a tiny fraction of the Internet’s, not everyone begins a property search online. To reach potential homebuyers who have targeted your neighborhood, the humble sign can be your #1 marketing tool.
Today’s Manatee County Real Estate, property searchers have cell phones, most of which have aps which recognize a digital feature some of today’s yard signs display: a QR code. When a QR design appears on a For Sale sign, users just use their phone to scan the code and instantly gain access to the agent’s web page with full information about the property. Not so old fashioned, after all…
The main disadvantage is location location location: only people who already live in the neighborhood or pass by the property will see it. The quality of those reached is high, but their numbers don’t compare with what online listings can yield. Too, some homeowners are nervous about the idea of seeming to invite unwanted visitors – although the addition of a “call for appointment” tag usually resolves that issue. For those who are shy about announcing to the neighborhood that they are ready to move, it’s good to remember that the goal of marketing a home is to attract as much attention as possible: hiding the ‘product’ is counter-productive.
There are many ways to advertise a house for sale. Many homebuyers’ property search begins with an agent; some with an online session…but for others, that simple yard sign can be what prods them into thinking about the home that could be theirs. For anyone planning to market their own Manatee County Real Estate home, the surest first move is to hire a professional: an agent with a proven multimedia marketing plan. And you can bet that a good old-fashioned (or nowadays, new-fashioned) yard sign will be part of it!
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Posted on July 8, 2012 at 10:05 pm by Tina and Steve Fingerman