By Paul Scavitto
This type of mobile focused, seller-first thinking will let them know that you take both their time and concerns seriously. Above all, communicate with your sellers on the devices they want to use. If that means sending a paper letter, so be it, but make sure you’re equipped to text or instant message (IM) with the best of them.
3. Attracting FSBO Sellers
In your neighborhood(s) there are likely several FSBO homes. We know from the research that FSBO properties tend to sell for significantly less money, and a full ? of these properties are not supported by any kind of marketing.
There are numerous guides online to help people move their property without the aid of a real estate professional. Some of the most effective ways to move a property, like creating a winning mobile presence for a listing, is sometimes too technologically savvy for owners.
Read the remaining tips in “4 Tips to Use Mobile Technology to Market to Sellers” on the Clean Slate Blog.
Paul Scavitto holds a Masters Degree in Education and currently teaches English at a small private high school in Vermont and is the lead writer for the Barcode Publicity Blog.
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