During world war two, maximum overdrive was a term used to mean, make it count, loaded to the hilt planes barely wobbling off aircraft carriers, lifting off remote island too short runways to penetrate deeper in to enemy territory.
Today friendly fire in a good way should be happening with real estate property listing planes that taxi down, lift off from the runway in front of your office.
It is sad to see planes not fully loaded with empty image sockets, skimpy or missing mls information fields, no video being sent in to the wind. Scattered with the hope that someone will get excited. Decide they don't need to know anything about the place and just plop cash money on the counter to buy. To roll in wheel barrows of Benjamins to make the deal.
Like hide and to seek with the lights left off, not sure if you found the one that is "it" or not.Folks these days don't kick property listing tires that way.
Load up the images, shoot, edit and upload a video, produce full blown listing sheets that shed light on many areas the generic mls sheet fields do not begin to stratch the surface on.
Give a full blown account of the place from concise copy, helpful links, photos by the arm fulls, boat loads.
Unless you don't really want to sell the place during your real estate listing period, contract term. And you can never be too busy to tend to each of your property listings rights? Leave no listing property plane seat empty and double up on the ammo needed to attract buyers, make sales. Maine, we don't candy coat it and are some kinda excited about where we live.