What Buyers Like

Creating a dedicated, one-stop Internet destination for those buyers is one of the best ways to grab their attention and make them truly explore a property. Many homebuyers are simply typing a home’s address into their browser’s URL field or into the search engine’s search box. When a property has an individual website with the property’s address as the URL, search engines typically index that property website as the most relevant search result. This means that creating a single property website is the best way to ensure that homebuyers can easily find online information about a property.

What buyers deem “Very Useful”

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Creating a dedicated, one-stop Internet destination for those buyers is one of the best ways to grab their attention and make them truly explore a property. Many homebuyers are simply typing a home’s address into their browser’s URL field or into the search engine’s search box. When a property has an individual website with the property’s address as the URL, search engines typically index that property website as the most relevant search result. This means that creating a single property website is the best way to ensure that homebuyers can easily find online information about a property.

Once those buyers browse the property website and learn everything they need to know about a property, they often call the agent to schedule a private tour. At this point, the agent knows that they’re dealing with highly qualified buyers – buyers who saw the house online, know everything they need to know about it, and actually LIKE the house.

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Amanda is the Co-Founder and CEO of Properties Online, Inc, a website technology company created to help agents and brokers grow their business. Along with her husband Greg, Amanda co-owns a real estate brokerage located in Northern California with 9 offices and over 250 agents. Amanda holds a BA in Film and Electronic Arts from California State University Long Beach, and has worked in the film, internet and print industries for over 25 years designing marketing materials for Dick Clark Productions, John Travolta Productions, Warner Bros., Disney, Bob Hope and more.
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