By Rebecca Chandler
Most agents will list the home in the Multiple Listing Service database, on their website and on their company website. Ask them about also putting it on other top ranked real estate sites. Also, according to the National Association of REALTORS®, most buyers move within 11 miles of their previous residence – so ask about local advertising as well.
The sign in your yard should include the agent’s information. Many add a brochure box, but it’s difficult to keep it full. Ask about adding a text code that leads buyers to a mobile site for your home that shows more information and photos, so the information is always readily available to interested buyers.
Looking for more tips? Go to 5 Questions You Should Ask Your Agent Before Listing Your Home.
Rebecca Chandler is the vice president of marketing for NewPoint Media Group, LLC.
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