Technology Should Work To Help You Learn, Not Help You Learn How It Works.
Your Realtor must be your expert in all of the industry's latest tools.
#1. Image is everything.
It's the first impression of a property.
It's how we interact with the technology in our hands.
See the potential of a room online, but also allow buyers to envision their own layout when they step a real foot into the property.
Give yourself the best of both worlds.
89% of home buyers decide to view a listing because of the photos they saw online.
Software photo manipulation can make the representation of your home exist at all times of the day (or all seasons of the year.)
It can be a toss-up whether or not people will like your color choices. Give buyers a choice by showing them different possibilities.
Sometimes, despite our best intentions, life gets in the way. We can de-clutter rooms in your room virtually so you can actually focus on de-cluttering your life, and getting your property sold efficiently and for the highest price.
Allow total access to your property to anyone around the world, 24 hours a day, through virtual space.
Prospects can get a sense of the layout and feel of the home before truly seeing it, ensuring that those who do are serious buyers.
#2. Process is power.
From the moment a prospective buyer enters a seller’s home, their information is processed digitally – streamlining follow-ups and converting visitors into outstanding offers. No more ineffective, boring paper sign-in sheets. No more hoping for the best.
International experience, language and cultural skills and worldwide networking today is just a part of doing business for any successful Realtor. Fully marketing your property to the largest pool of buyers, not limited to within the US, maximizes your earnings.