Your real estate buyer is zeroing in on one particular property listing you have currently spotlighted on line and being marketed to all four corners of the earth in the global village.
Do you send him more on just one or a few similar to show him if this one does not quite fit, we have others?
To keep trying on until the glass slipper event happens?
Or like fishing, keep feeding out more 800 pound test line on just the one he asked about, is kicking tires and circling?
To keep from confusing or distracting him with introduction of others before he moves on and needs them?
Your "other listings" planted just to the side, just in case, to be ready to dance with if the initial partner is parked. While he goes back to the corner property listing punch bowl to regroup. Scan for other dancers to tap on the shoulder and cut in to meet and greet as the music plays on.
If you have six seconds at point of the stumble in to the website or blog post or video splash, how much is too much and how little is too lacking in property display?
The thinking of throw everything at him no matter if it is even close to the target property he has asked for is annoying and time wasting on his part. Lazy on your part.
So specific "you might like this too from the property listing buffet" thinking if done right helps his eyeball wander over the other "ladies" in the dating, matchmaking property listing site right?
On a new Maine real estate site we just launched to buttress and support the other media Internet insertions, horses in the marketing race, I like having other properties tease. Show on the extra side website real estate areas without being cluttered like realtor.com and other over tinseled, ornamented real estate screen shots. How do you handle the extra property drip?
The corner of the eyeball tickle, nudge to just let the buyer know not all the money is being bet on just one horse in the house race?
That you have more, a great selection and can keep up the wider search of possibles or table it and drill in to the one they focus on as maybe the best of the bunch, cream of the crop, pick of the pack to dance with? Maine, big state, less people, more four season beauty included with each and every Vacationland property listing.