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16 N. Brunswick Avenue, Margate
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120 N. Quincy Avenue, Margate
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May Home Maintenance Checklist
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Best Home Improvements For Every Month Of The Year
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Gorgeous Waterfront Estate
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Secrets to Sell Fast in 2017
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How To Prep Your Bank Account To Buy A Home In 2017
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6 Tips to Survive Your Holiday Office Party
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How to Deck the Halls When Selling Your Home During Holidays
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Top Five Ways to Get Your Property Noticed

16 N. Brunswick Avenue, Margate

Custom Built Beach Home

16 N. Brunswick Avenue

Conceived for entertaining and shore living, this spectacular 3 story 6 BR 4 BA custom home was professionally designed with every detail and meticulously crafted in 2008 by noted builder/developer, Jacob Yoel. Not your run of the mill “spec house” this home boasts classic high end finishes and multiple upgrades including real hardwood floors throughout, tankless “on-demand” hot water heater, custom plantation shutters on every window and custom closets, just to name a few.

The 1st floor boasts an open floor plan creating a spacious, sunny and airy feel to the home and includes a large living room, adjacent dining area (with access to the fenced yard), state of the art kitchen with granite counters & a center island, Jenn Air stainless steel appliances & custom cabinets, 1st floor bedroom (den or office) and a full bath.

Located on the 2nd floor,the master suite includes a private spa bath, walk in closet and a private deck. There are also two more large bedrooms and another full bathroom. The washer and dryer are located on this floor too. The third floor has two more large bedrooms and another full bath.

Backyard barbecues are a blast in the private fenced yard. There’s also a paver patio, outdoor shower, custom shed and room to park three cars. While this home is superior, the location is OUTSTANDING. Brunswick’s beachblock is the shortest in Margate therefore this home is 2 blocks to the beach, close to the Boardwalk and the best restaurants & shopping in town.

 

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120 N. Quincy Avenue, Margate

Just Completed: New Construction Beach Home in Margate

New Construction Shore Home

Just completed, this 3,300 square foot new construction home in Margate’s prestigious Parkway Section includes 5 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. Great efforts were made in the selection of custom features and architectural details, resulting in its unique yet classic style.

A spacious open floor plan includes a large living room with fireplace and spacious eat-in kitchen. The first floor features a master bedroom suite
plus a second large bedroom and bathroom. The second floor includes a second master bedroom suite with walk-in closet, vaulted ceilings and
huge private bathroom. There is also a huge family room with deck and two more large bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom. The home
also has an unfinished 3rd floor providing the option for two more bedrooms and another full bathroom or a great playroom for the kids or
grandkids.

Exterior highlights include covered front and rear porches, a rear sun deck and a detached garage. Built on a huge 72’ x 80’ lot, the
Buyer has the option of adding a large in-ground pool as well a beautiful area for entertaining.

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May Home Maintenance Checklist

spring french bulldogMay is truly a transitional month. It’s between the unpredictable spring weather and the summer months ahead. You’ll want to get your outdoor spaces looking good now to make them both relaxing and party-ready for the warm weather approaching.

Work on curb appeal: Place flowers in planters on your front porch for a welcoming look.

Fertilize your lawn: Check for bare spots or damaged grass. Make sure you use the correct amount of fertilizer and don’t forget to water.

Check for termites: Take a look at your home’s exterior wood and inspect for any swarms of winged insects. If spotted, it’s best to call a professional pest control company to treat the area.

Reseal exterior woodwork: Extend the life of decks, fences, railings and other outdoor wooden structures by resealing them every year or two.

Prevent mosquitos: Get rid of any standing water to keep mosquitos at a minimum.

Inspect the roof: Visually inspect your roof using binoculars or a camera rather than climbing up onto the roof. If anything looks like it needs repair, call a roofer.

Check outdoor lighting: Clean dirt and insects that have accumulated on lights over the winter. Additionally, replace bulbs if necessary so that they’ll be ready to show off your beautiful yard.

If you’re planning to sell your home this spring, you’ll want it to look its best. Talk to your real estate agent about any other improvements they may have to make your home as attractive as possible to potential buyers. And if you need a recommendation for any service, Mark Arbeit And Co can steer you in the right direction!

 

Article Re-posted from Long and Foster Blog

Original Article by By Suzanne Whitenight Pilcher, Marketing Coordinator, Long & Foster Companies.

Best Home Improvements For Every Month Of The Year

Best Home Improvement Projects
Does it feel as if your home improvement to-do list never ends? Try organizing your projects by month. Then knock these 12 items off your list.

Once you become a homeowner, the number of things you need (or want) to improve increases exponentially. There’s always something to be done. But certain times of year are better to tackle specific projects, whether your goal is to save money or sanity. Not sure where to begin? We’ve laid out a schedule below.

January: Clean your carpets and rugs

It may seem counterintuitive to do this when it’s cold out, but according to Jonathan Barnett, founder of Oxi Fresh Carpet Cleaning in Lakewood, CO, your flooring gets really dirty during the winter. Waiting until spring to remove all that grime can make it harder to get stains out. “Plus, the lack of humidity during the winter months allows moisture to evaporate quickly so wet carpets dry faster,” Barnett says. “And a clean carpet provides a healthier and better-smelling home, which is especially important during the winter, when most people spend the majority of their time indoors.”

February: Paint a room or two

Now is the perfect time to tackle an indoor project that you can enjoy year-round. “Indoor projects aren’t weather-dependent; it’s more of a supply and demand thing,” says Shaun McCarthy, president and owner of Handyman Connection in Colorado Springs, CO. If you’re hiring someone to paint for you, winter is a good time to do it. You’re likely to get a much better price than you’d get during the spring and summer, when many people book exterior painting jobs. But even if you’re planning to do it yourself, there are still benefits. Brisk winter air is good for curing paint, so cracking that window for ventilation serves a double purpose. (Unlike humid summer air, it won’t make your paint take longer to dry.) While you’re at it, if you haven’t weather-stripped or caulked your windows and doors, do it in February before the winds of March set in, says McCarthy.

March: Clean your gutters

“The most common problem I see in my home inspections is a wet basement or crawl space,” says Marc Shanley, a certified master inspector at Trinity Inspection, which services homes in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. One common culprit? Clogged gutters, which do an ineffective job of directing runoff away from your home’s foundation. All that moisture can cause major foundation problems. Depending on your gutters (and whether you have overhanging trees), you may need to tackle this task more than once a year. Even so, it’s best to do this before the April rains hit.

April: Refinish your hardwood floors

If you’ve discovered hardwoods beneath your new home’s carpeting, wait until spring to complete this labor-intensive but transformative task. “If you wait until it’s really hot out, the finish can cure too quickly and the sheen might not dry properly, which leads to a glossy, uneven finish,” says Arne Johansson, owner of Arne’s Floor Sanding in Minneapolis, MN.

May: Buy a new refrigerator

Although most large appliances go on sale later in the year, refrigerators have their moment in May, in preparation for the summer. To make room for that new inventory, the older versions usually go on sale, which can mean big discounts for consumers. Want even more savings? Consider energy efficiency (look for the Energy Star certification) and ask if you can buy the floor model. Don’t forget to haggle!

June: Freshen up your exterior

Now’s the time to wash your windows (or pay someone to do it), power-wash your siding, and install screens in your windows. Before you power-wash, be sure that all your weatherstripping and caulking is secure (and your windows are closed). Otherwise, you risk shooting the cleaning liquid into your house, says McCarthy. He also advises testing the washer’s power on an inconspicuous area of your exterior beforehand. “You want to clean your house, not take the paint off of it,” he says.

July: Fertilize your lawn

“Your lawn needs a solid four to six fertilization applications throughout the year to keep it healthy and growing,” says Gene Caballero, co-founder of GreenPal, an app that matches customers with landscapers. “Fertilizing in July will give your lawn the vitamins and nutrients it needs to get through the rest of the hot summer months. Also, this midsummer application helps to prevent weeds from germinating — setting you up for less weed pulling in the fall.”

August: Paint your home’s exterior

The best time to paint your home’s exterior is when temperatures remain consistent from day to day and don’t drastically dip overnight. “The real key,” says McCarthy, is “to work your way around the house so that you’re always painting in the shade.” First, map out what time of day the sun hits each side of your home, then paint accordingly. Of course, you could always hire a pro for this task. You might want to get some estimates, especially for a multistory house. Investing in the equipment (including a tall ladder or two) might not be worth the cost or the hassle.

September: Replace your windows

Caulk adheres better when the temperature is between 40 and 80 degrees, so those glorious days of late summer and early fall are an ideal time to replace your windows. Plus, when the cold weather does hit, new windows will keep the heat where it belongs — inside your house.

October: Buy new appliances

Big-ticket appliances such as stoves, washing machines, and dishwashers debut their newest models around this time of year. That frequently means deep discounts on the old ones. Some retailers will even start their holiday sales early. Double savings!

November: Remodel your bathroom

Contractors are entering their slow season this month, so they’re more willing to jump on a small project and get it done quickly, says McCarthy. “A powder room is a good way to test a contractor out, especially if you’re in the market for a larger renovation like a kitchen,” he says. “If you like the way it turns out, great; if you don’t, it’s low risk.”

December: Build a deck

You’ll probably get a good deal, because deck builders will be winding down for the winter. But adding a deck onto your house when it’s cold out makes sense from a building perspective too. December is less humid, so if you’re using pressure-treated wood, it’ll dry more consistently and evenly. Also, the hot sun won’t beat down on it, which can cause warping and cracking.

 

Article Re-posted from Trulia.com (March 29, 2017 by Michelle Hainer)

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Gorgeous Waterfront Estate

7 N. Somerset Avenue, Ventnor, NJ

Waterfront Compound

 

This gorgeous Bayfront compound includes 2 homes on 1 block!

Situated on the Intercoastal Waterway in the prestigious St. Leonard’s Tract section of Ventnor, this sprawling waterfront estate includes an immaculate Nantucket-style home and a separate three bedroom two bathroom guest house.

Built in 2005, the main house was constructed using the finest materials and custom finishes.

The lower level is perfect for entertaining, with Vermont slate watermark floors, a custom gas fire pit, and large wet bar. Multiple sliding glass doors open to create a seamless transition to the enormous waterfront deck and in-ground pool overlooking the bay.

Take the elevator upstairs, where the main level boasts solid Santos mahogany wood floors, complete with radiant heat. The open floor plan centers around a gorgeous custom suspended staircase on blind steel hangers, providing lots of natural light throughout the home. The spacious living room features coffered ceilings and a custom hand carved Italian marble fireplace. The eat-in kitchen has granite countertops, solid cherry wood cabinets and top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, including Wolf Range and Subzero 48” wide refrigerator. There is also a dining area with bar and window seat, a solarium with water views, and a deck overlooking the bay.

On the third floor, the sunny master bedroom includes a wood burning gas lit fireplace, a sitting area, a large walk-in closet, two private decks and a private bathroom with steam bath. There are two additional bedrooms on this floor. Each bedroom includes its own private deck, large closet and en suite bathroom with Whirlpool tub and custom cherry wood cabinets. The third floor also provides access to a central tower with skylights and breathtaking views of the island and mainland.

An attached two-car garage features radiant heat floors, custom Spanish cedar doors, a summer kitchen and refrigerator, extra washer and dryer, and a 50 AMP (Tesla or other) electric car charger.

Outside, enjoy multiple waterfront decks, lounge by the gorgeous 16’ x 32’ heated in-ground pool or walk to the beach! Other exterior highlights include four floating docks, four boat slips and extra heavy duty bulkhead, complete with 60’ long drag beam of solid concrete and drain system.

And that’s just the main house! Also included is a three bedroom, two bathroom guest house with hardwood floors throughout. The first floor boasts a large living room, a dining room, a newly renovated eat-in kitchen and a newly updated bathroom. Upstairs, there is a master suite with private bathroom and two additional bedrooms with a hall bath. Exterior highlights include a front porch, a rear deck, and off street parking.

Ideal for guests, this classic shore home is located directly behind the main house, and it shares access to the pool and yard. This second house could be used as a rental unit or could be sold separately, but the multi-home compound is also perfect for multi-generational families looking to make a lifetime of memories at the shore!

Secrets to Sell Fast in 2017

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Mark Arbeit And Co can help you sell fast by helping you list at the right price, by taking professional photos and aerial videos, and by promoting your home on social media plus sites like realtor.com, Zillow and Trulia!

 

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How To Prep Your Bank Account To Buy A Home In 2017

how to save money to buy a homeGetting your finances in order can help you buy a home in the new year.

This is it: 2017 is the year you will finally buy a home! But even once you’ve made the ultimate decision to make the leap into homeownership, your hard work is far from complete. Buying a home is a big commitment and costs a lot of money — and getting the mortgage you want at the best interest rate possible is enough to stress anyone out. Organizing your financial house, so to speak, can help reduce that stress and set you up for home-buying success.

Whether you’re eyeballing a home for sale in Jacksonville, FL, or a humble abode in Phoenix, AZ, you can take action to prep your bank account and savings to be ready to buy a home in 2017. So, if your goal is to nab the keys to a brand-new place, these six steps will help you get organized, stay on track, and fund your dreams.

1. Set a specific goal

It’s hard to make a plan of action if you don’t know where you want to go. Look at how much it will cost you to buy a home in 2017. What amount of money do you need to save for that down payment? Your best option is to save at least 20% of a home’s purchase price. This allows you to get better options when it comes to mortgages and interest rates, and it means you avoid the extra cost of PMI (private mortgage insurance).

Once you have the specific target number in mind, you can break it down by month. If you want to save a total of $20,000 before you buy, for example, you need to put away about $1,667 per month to meet your goal at year’s end.

2. Designate a savings account just for your down payment fund

You can stay organized by putting the money you save for this specific purpose into its own savings account. Online banks like Ally or CapitalOne360 offer great options, because they allow you to have multiple accounts that you can designate for specific goals. (CapitalOne360 allows up to 30 accounts without a fee!)

Online banks also tend to offer higher interest rates in the current low-rate environment than traditional, brick-and-mortar banks. But that’s not a hard-and-fast rule. Shop around and look for a bank (or credit union) that offers the best savings account option, with the best interest rate — and don’t settle for an account that charges you fees. There are too many no-fee options available.

3. Create an automatic transfer

You have your specific goal and now you know where you’ll put that money while you save. The next step: Set up an automatic transfer from your checking to that designated savings account. Setting up an automatic transfer is a great way of “paying yourself first.” You prioritize your savings by moving it into the designated account first. This means you won’t be tempted to spend that money like you might if it sat in your checking account for a while before you made the conscious decision, month after month, to transfer it to savings.

It also means you’ll make progress toward your savings goal even if you forget about it one month (or two). An automatic transfer means you won’t fall short of your goal at the end of the year simply because you forgot to move the money to the right savings account.

4. Revise your budget to cut costs

Depending on how much you want to save for a down payment, you may need to move a lot of money from checking to savings each month. This can severely limit your cash flow and leave you short in other areas of your budget. To prevent this, review your budget with your monthly savings goal in mind. Where can you cut costs so you can afford to save this much per month? Start by looking at your discretionary income. You don’t need to eliminate everything, but could you cut back on how much you spend to eat meals out, for example?

Don’t forget to evaluate your bills and living expenses too. While you may not be able to cut these costs entirely, you can take action to reduce them. Call providers and ask about discounts or lower-priced options. Every little bit of expense you can eliminate makes it that much easier to add to your savings so you can stay on target.

5. Allocate extra funds to your home-buying goal

In addition to freeing up money from current costs in your budget, you can allocate any extra money you make to your down payment fund. This can accelerate your progress toward your ultimate savings goal — and even help you exceed it. Put any kind of windfall toward your designated savings account. This could include overtime pay, quarterly or annual bonuses from work, or extra money you make on the side (but be sure to set aside funds to cover taxes on your added income). Allocate at least half of cash gifts to savings too.

6. Resist making massive transfers before you apply for a mortgage

You’ve worked hard to save up the money you need to buy a home in 2017. You know your home-buying budget, you’ve identified a lender, and you’re ready to apply for a mortgage. Now is not the time to do anything drastic with any of your bank accounts. Remember, when you apply for a home loan, the lender will carefully scrutinize all of your financial activity. You’ll need to explain the source of any large transfers and provide documentation for proof.

Talk to your lender about what kind of funds they’ll approve and what cash they won’t allow you to use toward a down payment. Ask what documentation or proof you need for different kinds of transfers. Doing so now will help you prepare to buy a home in 2017 and secure the mortgage you need to help you reach your goal.

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6 Tips to Survive Your Holiday Office Party

6 Tips to Survive Your Holiday Office Party

It’s the most wonderful time of year, and that undoubtedly means that your workplace feels the need to offer some type of celebration. Socializing with co-workers outside of the regular office setting can get tricky, so we’ve gathered 6 top tips to help you navigate your work Christmas party. By following these rules of thumb, you can be sure you’ll have a decent time AND still have your job come Monday.

 

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How to Deck the Halls When Selling Your Home During Holidays

Tasteful Holiday Decoration

Unless you’re a total Grinch, it’s hard to argue with the fact that glitter lights and colorful accents make a home look more cheerful and inviting. But you also probably know that if you’re trying to sell your home, buyers need to have an easy time imagining themselves (and their own holiday traditions) in your home.

You don’t have to ditch the holiday decorations altogether. But you shouldn’t hang all the boughs of holly, Christmas lights, Hanukkah menorahs, and every holiday card you receive, either.

So how do you walk the line during these merry months and let the holiday spirit flow without turning off buyers? Hey, we’ve got some tips—an early secret Santa gift from us to you!

 

1. Depersonalize the decorations

“It’s important the design appeals to as many different home buyers and tastes as possible,” says Erika Dalager, marketing manager at roOomy, a virtual home staging site. “The seller’s personal life should not be prominently featured throughout the home.”

That means avoiding the personal decorations that appeal mostly to you and your family:

  • “Best Mom” tree ornaments your kids made in preschool
  • Named Christmas stockings
  • Religious tokens and symbols
  • A ton of holiday cards
  • Photos of your baby’s first Christmas

Hope Mazzola, a real estate broker with William Raveis in Katonah, NY, says glitzing a home with over-the-top decorations is like wrapping a house in an “ugly holiday sweater.”

“Less is definitely more when it comes to holiday decorations while selling your home,” Mazzola says. “Enhancing the features of the home versus adding all the bells and whistles will keep buyers on track.”

2. Consider the neighborhood

But if your neighborhood is ablaze with holidays lights, which herald the block’s values and attract like-minded buyers, then you don’t want to be your block’s resident Scrooge, says Tori Toth, a New York City home stager.

“If your neighborhood is festive during Christmas, then a buyer would expect Christmas decorations at your home,” Toth says. “On the other hand, if you live in a politically correct neighborhood with a mix of religious beliefs, use more generic decorations to promote season’s greetings rather than your specific holiday.”

Some real estate pros, however, say you should forgo the decorations regardless of what your neighbors are doing.

“Putting up decorations while your home is on the market poses more risk than it offers reward,” says Sam Pawlitzki, a Los Angeles Realtor. “I recommend that sellers stick to the rule of keeping their house impersonal.”

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3. If you must decorate…

Follow these tips for decorating your home while it’s for sale during the holidays:

Avoid the kitsch: Inflatable snowmen,  reindeer on the roof, a gazillion angels flapping their wings, or life-size Mike Pence mannequins can seem in poor taste and turn off potential buyers.

 

Classic is always best: Hang an elegant wreath on the front door, rather than a “Santa stops here!” sign, says Jamie Novak, author of “Keep This, Toss That.”

Don’t overdo lights: Simple white lights can add a festive touch without blinding buyers during walk-throughs.

Skip the tree: You can’t win with a tree. If it’s too big, it distracts viewers and can make the room seem small. It can also block the flow and make the space seem crowded. And if it’s tiny, it’s depressing and sad. Decorate a tree only if you have a great room and you want to show off a high ceiling.

Box up the greeting cards: Holiday cards on tables make the room look messy. Stick them in a drawer.

Protect presents: Don’t stack gifts under a tree or put them on display. The last thing you want this holiday is for a stranger with sticky fingers to walk away with a present. Lock the presents in your car trunk, especially during an open house.

Choose scents over scenes: The smell of simmering cider or baked cookies will delight the senses more than garlands strung over everything that doesn’t move.

Light a fire: A roaring fireplace during a weekday showing is a cozy way to celebrate the winter and warm visitors as well.

Pump up powder rooms: Place peppermint-scented soaps and candles in the bathrooms along with a few tasteful, holiday-themed towels. They give the rooms some spirit and interest.

Celebrate your tradition with color: This may not be the year you display the religious symbols of your holidays, but you don’t have to forsake them altogether. If you celebrate Hanukkah, hang a wreath with shades of blue. For Christmas, your wreath can be made of evergreen boughs and pine cones. For Kwanzaa, add red berries to a green wreath.

In the end, the most important holiday decision you’ll make is whether to keep your home on the market during Yuletide: You’ll have fewer house hunters, but more motivated buyers. Ask your Realtor whether you should consider delisting your home for the holiday season, and starting fresh after the new year.

 

RE-POSTED FROM Realtor.com

Original Article by  | Dec 7, 2016

Top Five Ways to Get Your Property Noticed

If you’re trying to sell your property, you need to find a way to differentiate your listing from the pack and draw in as many online viewers as possible.  It is not difficult to do this, but you need a multi-pronged approach to achieve the best results.  Hopefully, by following a few simple steps, you can have potential buyers scrambling to bid on your property.

 

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1) Professional photography.

After price, the first thing that will grab your viewer’s attention is your online photography and video of your property, but it must be crystal clear, have the proper lighting and entice the viewer to explore further.  Today’s advanced photography technology provides the brilliant blue sky, rich green grass and vibrant interior views than were unavailable just a few years ago.  Because a home is such a big-ticket item, and because, as they say, you only have one chance to make a good first impression, it’s worth it to hire a professional photographer and videographer to capture your property in its best light.  A bit of quick online research underscores how much more success brokers have had when springing for professional photography as part of their listing.  In most cases, they report, the relatively small price tag is worth every penny when considering the size of the total sale.

 

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2) Virtual dusk shots.

Only about five percent of brokers use virtual dusk shots, which put your property, literally, in an entirely new light.  Some brokers call the virtual dusk shot the “money shot,” and “the best-kept secret in the real estate industry”.  Research has shown that by including this shot as part of the online portfolio for your property, you can increase click-throughs by as much as 50%. Capturing this shot is not difficult, but you need to use a professional photographer to achieve the right impact; be sure to request this shot if it’s not already included in your package.

 

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3) Aerial photography.  

Along with virtual dusk shots, there is nothing like aerial photography or videography to portray your property at its finest.  Aerial photography is especially helpful for large, expansive properties, where traditional photography can’t really capture the full extent of the home or grounds.  Today’s aerial photography costs far less than it did years ago, when the only option was using a small aircraft.  These days, you can take aerial photography using drones, producing shots that are extremely cost-effective considering the tremendous impact they can have.

 

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4) High-conversion landing pages.  

You want to list your house in a way that attracts maximum views and click-throughs to additional information.  If your property is listed on a major real estate site and you are getting some leads, you may think you  are doing all you can to attract customers.  But you need to be sure that the landing page that showcases your house online is optimized to receive the greatest number of leads you possibly can.  By pairing with an experienced online marketer, you can be sure that attention is focused squarely on your property and that keywords are optimized to your prospective buyers’ search terms.

 

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5) Social media exposure.  

Most prospective home buyers are already on the major sites, like Zillow, Trulia and realtor.com.  But how many properties are marketed on additional sites – and  include a custom video that is distributed via social media?  It’s important to get your property the broadest exposure possible by posting custom video on Facebook, Instagram and other social media sites, as well as the dedicated real estate sites and broker sites.  Word-of-mouth is one of your greatest selling tools when selling your property – take advantage of it and get your property as many views as possible, especially on the free sites.

 

(Original Article Posted on HomeJab Blog)

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