Just when you think you’ve seen every possible way to market a home—from Michael Jordan’s voice-over to this “babe” infested monstrosity–someone rolls in to prove you wrong. Recently, California-based real estate company SF Good Life unleashed a new listing video starring several fluffy, four-footed friends.
“Kitten Invaders” showcases the listing 16 Miraloma with buckets full of cute to boot. In the three-minute video, three sweet kitties “invade” a listing, jumping on the beds, nibbling on the well-staged house plants, wreaking general kitty havoc and, according to the video, “meowing” in the face of danger.
This video was created following the success of SF Good Life’s viral listing video for 44 Sanchez, featuring an equally adorable corgi pup acting as a REALTOR®.
Viewers beware: prepare to stop drop and awwww over these fluffies, whose official names, according to SF Good Life, are Petunia, Puddin’ and Lil’ Fella. The video partnered with non-profit organization Toni’s Kitty Rescue which fosters 700-800 kittens each year.
So the verdict is in: need a new way to sell your home? Hire someone cuter than you to do it.
This post was originally published on RISMedia’s blog, Housecall. Check the blog daily for winning real estate tips and trends for you and your clients.