Saturday, December 8, 2012
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Websites for Maine real estate, our brokerage office offers more than one.Because no two people order the same ice cream cone. With or without the sprinkles. Jimmies. Sweet sauce dips. And the days of just chocolate or vanilla, maybe grape nut are long gone. Selection. We all want what we want and delivered in a variety of media options. We don't just desire to be happy, (ding ding) make us over the top eurphoric please. Our Own Maine Real Estate site is set up to quickly move information in a helpful, understandable manner. Predictability. How the site works has to have a degree of that and does not mean boring, ho hum. Ease of use is critical because if confusion sets in, flit happens. Gone.
There are plenty of other real estate site options to double click, explore.Or to continue to drift in and out with the surfer finally landing on a real estate site worth time and attention. That gives them what they hunger, thirst for without signing up to get the information. No delays, no lines at the drive through or being asked to pull over or delayed. Thorough. Complete and neat.
Full meal, super sized every time, real estate site visit.No matter what time of day or night consistency the rule. With our site logs showing long visits, repeat returns. And testimonials showing appreciation for how we do it that saves time, money, drama. Allows more properties, listings in Maine to be viewed, chewed on, kicked around and considered. Real estate is one big emotional purchase remember? Stakes are pretty darn high, important.
Being a voyeur in a well stocked real estate site means help yourself, at your own leisure and speed.Without a salesman bee buzzing in one ear or distracting. But handy if they are needed. But probably won't be if the site has blog posts, boatloads of imagery, video enbeds, aerial maps and fresh, pertinent copy information. About the property, the Maine local community area it is surrounded by. If the whole nine yards are front and center. Just gawk, scroll, click here, there ABC See Dick and Jane easy as pie. Stand alone Maine blog posts help to be supporting real estate website actors too. And sister Maine real estate sites to attract more eyeballs, eardrums. To cause the extra reach, frequency of the message to make the phone ring. Emails to heat up the servers with volume. And all important Maine real estate office visits to happen all four seasons. With a good selections of different types of properties. Listings of Maine real estate in all price ranges to have something for everyone.
Ease of use of technology keeps us from wearing a rusted, relic REALTOR "R".We try to remember it in all of our on line media delivery system platforms. Fresh content, social media link ups and everything home made, written and created from this end. Nothing store blought. No mystery blog or real estate website ghost copy writers. Or rehashed copy and paste of generic watered down not pertinent to the local area we serve. Does not happen at MOOERS REALTY, now or ever. I'm Maine REALTOR Andrew Mooers, ME Broker 207.532.6573 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Hoping for more than is realistic when selling a Maine property listing means the real estate agent, broker needs to establish what to expect early on.During the real estate listing, providing the low down, careful explanation of what the current health of the local real estate market is. And where the property listing fits in it. How the marketing of the real estate, getting property from listing to the closing table works in today's exciting, action packed day. It is easy for the professional wearing the Realtor "R" to forget buyers and sellers don't deal in the real estate arena every day though. That all the initials, short hand slang expressions and jargon leave the owner or buyer of property in the dark. Unless communication, early on and through out the listing, marketing, closing process is done.
What to expect?In life, if you have an idea what is coming up, ahead there is less jitters, nervousness right? Maine real estate is an emotional experience but have found if as the broker I can set the stage on the process. To assure that I am on top of the sale with updates, communication along the way, it helps the emotion level. The buyer or seller may not be happy about a set back caused in the process but remember being told this could happen. And if it does then this is the option array for solutions. So it has already been talked about when it comes up. So what to expect down the real estate highway for unforeseen roadblocks are
So much of what we do is beyond listing, peddling Maine properties, listings. More than promoting the local Maine area.Or providing time saving helpful information for real estate buyers and sellers. We deal with people, ones in tough spots with a foreclosure looming overhead. Their kids having to consider moving back in with grandparents because of a job loss, or illness of a Mom or Dad. Or divorce, or transfer where getting the kids to the new school on time is critical. Being air traffic controller to ride herd on the entire real estate sale operation is key. But being a little bit Dr Phil and a sympathetic ear is valuable too. Along with clearly setting realistic expectations early on in the real estate sale. So no one jumps to the wrong conclusion.
It is way way easier to deal with problems, set backs or just over anxiousness to make the sale happen early on.Then waiting until you and the real estate buyer, seller are knee deep in a problem, a glitch. And looking for someone to hang, to hold responsible. They may not be happy about the situation, but realize you are right there with them, alerted them it could happen. Maine, big state, friendlier people, drop dead gorgeous outdoor scenery. Get here quick as you can to find you place in the space called Maine.
I'm Maine REALTOR Andrew Mooers, ME Broker 207.532.6573 email@example.com
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
. And for aerial maps, tons of images, more property in Maine listing information, hard to beat our Own Maine Real Estate website. If you have questions about living in Maine, investing in a property listing, fire away. Call, click, come visit us and salt, pepper us with questions. Really. That is why we are here! Look forward to working with you and please follow our MeInMaine blog posts. They help.