Time is the scarcest commodity, especially when you may have a part time job to supplement your income as a Real Estate Agent so that you can stay in the Real Estate business.
Here's the way you might look at your listing obligations.
- Make the listing appointment.
- Get it signed.
- Get it into the Multiple Listing Service.
- Double check for accuracy.
- Make sure the photos show the features that make this home special to the potential buyer. Choose an exterior photo for the first impression.
Let's say I'm your potential buyer. I've got a full time job, and it's not real estate. My spouse has narrowed down the area of town where we intend to buy a home. We've scoured listings on the internet. We haven't spoken to a REALTOR yet. And then we see your new listing pop up. A first impression is formed.
Which photo is going to evoke an emotional connection to the home and its surroundings?
(Please note: This particular home in my neighborhood of Tucson Estates 2 is not listed, and is not for sale.)
- VA Loans: 100% purchase loans for active or honorably discharged veterans
- FHA Rehab loans for fixer uppers: up to $35,000 on top of the purchase price
- Kiddy Condo loans instead of shelling out big bucks for your student's housing
- Conforming conventional loans
- USDA Rural Home Loans, including purchase loans for Manufactured Homes.
TUCSON REALTORS: You can hire me to take your First Impression Photos. (same phone number)