You are the local go to host for your on line marketing of the communities, zip codes you serve and the listings you now plant real estate signs on in Maine.
But suddenly, that all changes and you are kerplopped in a new neighborhood.
Many states away like say Greeley Colorado.
Not getting a home listing on a three bedroom Maine ranch with 50, 100 or more acres wrapping around it.
But something special on 3/4 acre perfectly landscaped lot.
With a Southern style theme, owner custom built home to list, market, sell.
Drove to Greeley Colorado to pick up the youngest of four kids college things that his roommate stored over the summer from last year at Colorado College.
Neat place, super parents. Paul, Elliot's roommate had a gorgeous home and got me thinking if I lived outside of Maine, what type of listings would there be to market? And how would that marketing not be the same approach with a change in zip code, time zones?
Different video, new approach to the images, copy written with the local market hunger, appetite and thirst in mind.
Not the same market as Maine.
Not the same property listing treatment either.
Have to see about a TV show about "Switching Places". With a real estate broker in Maine job for a week traded for an office slot, job assignment in Greeley Colorado. Small matter of not being licensed in that state but working as a helper under a licensed broker and ditto for the Colorado agent, broker hauled to Maine to stretch different marketing muscles.
See a whole new market, ways to handle the differences.
A little more English on your real estate serve so to speak.
Naw, think I'll stay in Maine listing, marketing, selling real estate.
Something I've done, enjoyed to the hilt for three decades now.
Maine, like Colorado, different but special in their own unique ways.