The Dallas Fort Worth real estate market is HOT! As a Dallas Realtor, why would you pay for professional real estate photography and professional home staging when you know the property is going to sell quickly?
I was drawn to this month’s Texas Realtor Magazine because of the headline: Connect With Gen Y.
Being young, I’m initially drawn to the article because I want to see how I think compared to others my age. But more importantly, I like to read articles in Texas Realtor Magazine that gives me content to be able to share with my realtor clients. As a “young gun”, it’s important to me that I explain current trends to my clients and make sure they are aware of what this upcoming generation does online, because ultimately, it’s going to have a big impact on my clients’ businesses (if it hasn’t already).
As a Southlake or Keller realtor, you have the choice of how you are going to market your real estate properties. That choice could impact how your properties show up in search engines like Google, when buyers are looking up more information about a given property. I was looking up one of the listings I most recently did a video tour of. In the first 5 days of being posted online, the video has been viewed more than 100 times. But what I found more interesting, was what Google showed me when I searched for that property online.
There are many ways Southlake and Keller real estate agents can market your property. The one marketing tool that I have a big role in, and quite possibly one of the most important tools in their marketing plan considering the majority of buyers start their home search online, is through the display of real estate photography and video, with virtual tours.
We might be far from New York, but real estate advice from one end of the country can be applied to us here in North Texas. Here are some quotes from some real estate shows currently airing on TV.
North Texas Real Estate Agents… are you looking for a house warming gift for your buyers? I have a great idea for those of you located in the Colleyville, Southlake, Keller and Grapevine areas.
Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to sell a home with an iPad, iPhone or Android mobile device? As crazy as it sounds, it’s not so out of reach. Unless of course, the property being marketed can not be viewed on an iPad, iPhone or Android mobile device.