Serious home buyers do not want to waste time. They know how to find a home: They call their agent and search the MLS or go directly to homesdatabase.com. It's a lot quicker than attending open houses or chasing real estate signs. Office walk-ins, personal contacts, and word-of-mouth selling are myths. With the exception of open houses and very occasional calls from signs and the internet, I will personally not show your home very often.
On the other hand, the data we enter into the MLS computer will affect the number of times your home's information appears in other agents' computer searches of properties to consider. It will also determine whether your home will be one of those shown to their buyer or one that ends up in the trash can. Searches are always conducted by price range. The data on your home needs to compare favorably to similarly priced homes so that your home is selected for showing. The primary indicator of your home's suitability to the market is measured by the traffic generated (that is, by the number of times that your home is shown).
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