Physical Interactions and Local Interactions When Selling a Home
Holding an open house is not the only way to sell a home, there are a lot of touchpoints that can be taken advantage of before a home is shown to a single soul.
The local and physical interaction process is exceptionally important for homeowners looking at homes because it gives them a full experience of the home and ends up expediting the decision-making process for them. Likewise, it's important to the seller because it makes sure that their home gets in front of as many qualified buyers' eyes as possible, and fast.
First, we add the home first to the Multiple Listing System and placing a sign on the house, then we list it on Monday to generate buzz, followed by an open house on Saturday morning. Leading up to the open house, we prepare by removing all clutter, traces of animals and kids mess, tidying the lawn and garden and making any cosmetic fixes that can be achieved in that time. Online, the home goes on Zillow as a Featured Listing and ListHub where our listings are sent to over 900 websites.
Selling Your Home with Rondinelli Real Estate
Vincent Rondinelli has lived in the Western New York area local and has accrued 13 years as a real estate broker. As a property manager, he also services over 70 units throughout Buffalo, Cheektowaga, Lackawanna, Amherst, Lockport, and Tonawanda. Homeowners, if you're wrestling with rehabbing, renting, or selling your home "Vinny" will help you make the right choice.
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We approach every home with a plan as unique as the property. To get your home in front of the right eyes, it could require a large scale print ad, some professional photography, or even some live media time. Get in touch with us today to kickstart your home selling process.