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You Know The Feeling When You Come In Way Late In A Movie... Real Estate Videos Can "Feel" The Same Way.

Real estate videos... you are the broker or agent that decides in a hurry to fire up the camera, trot around the property and bee line it back to the office.

maine real estate videos To chop, edit, upload the real estate video to the platforms like youtube you have learned give big dividends in time invested on search engine robot visits. But if your video starts pop, at the property and midstream so to speak, your buyer is disoriented, confused. Not a good thing. You avoid the uncomfortable in life, like touching a hot stove for the second time. The video experience should be painless, easy, quick but powerful using the eyeballs and the ear drums of your real estate buyer. Or the seller toying with who to list with and they check out your work as a property to get on the market soon voyeur. Watching from over in the corner as an Internet lone wolf observing who does what, how and deciding the brand and colors to list property with.

This video of a simble Maine river camp for a quick get away in the Aroostook County woods does not start heading in to the screened in porch. The property is on the water but getting your buyer from the main road, US Rt 2A in this case in to the listing means open the passenger door.

Saying "hop in the jeep and I'll take you in to the Maine log river camp and dodge a few woods road potholes to keep your car clean".

The experience of where you maine river camps for salebeam the real estate buyer has to show through, especially in rural property listing presentations.

Logical steps from getting the real estate buyer in and out of the listing.

So they can go on to the next series of listings you have with a similiar format video application or style.

Predictable, getting results so the buyer feels like "he's watched the movie".

Got a feel for the place, heard and seen the movie river current, the screen door creak open and what Joe Broker's voice sounds like inside with the echo, ambiance of the spot, this unique particular listing.

Sampled the whole movie and not come in late juggling a large buttered popcorn, peanut butter chocolate cup super sized treat and tittering big gulp soft drink.

With folks behind him whispering hey Bozo sit down you joker, you're blocking the screen and make a better door than a window. Avoiding irritation oozing through the remarks making you feel like a not so popular movie goer settling in sitting low before a large silver screen.

This Maine river camp comes with over an acre of land, bordering the Mattawamkeag River. Own it with your sporting buddies, family members who like to get away to the North Maine woods for $38,500. It is located in Township 3 Range 2 called Forkstown. Includes antique Round Oak kitchen wood cook stove and more. Simple recreational setting in Maine to let your hair down, relax. To enjoy a hot just brewed black coffee watching fish jump early in the morning as steam from the temperature change of air and water rises slowly off the river. As you reflect on how your life is coasting along. And what twists or curves to consider when you have to head back in to the concrete jungle to chase the dollar. Strap on the fully charged taser, avoid gangs and juggle other urban obligations, dodging life bullets so to speak. Maine, wake up and start your dream.

I'm Maine REALTOR Andrew Mooers, Real Estate Broker | 207.532.6573

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Comment balloon 4 commentsAndrew Mooers | 207.532.6573 • January 27 2011 08:52AM


Great. Thanks. Just getting ready to start using video and always looking for tips.

Posted by Jane Jensen (Century 21 New Millennium) over 9 years ago

Jane, for a crowded in condo in a city, the approach is not going to help the "experience" or transport of the buyer. But in rural Maine, the road in is part of the woodsy, off the beaten path for this type of listing. Like playing a musical instrument, different technique for various application. When you blog, do you see your audience and talk to them, not over them? Same with your video making "style" or approach.

Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) over 9 years ago

ok, OK!! Bought the camera, now gotta get started doing videos. Thanks for the kick in the rear.

Posted by Joetta Fort, Independent Broker, Homes Denver to Boulder (The DiGiorgio Group) over 9 years ago

Did a blog about what if I was in Colorado, not Maine and how some approaches in marketing would be very similiar and in other way very different. Same with video. A long drive in to a house like this on in Greeley CO I used as an example would be boring and not the way to present. Showing the great  like kind homes around it and how spacious they are apart would be smart though. Biggest complaint of real estate buyers when adding their two cents about video is show me the back, side, front yards and what I am going to be looking at. It's where it is not just what it is in location in neighborhood, in that state, region it is planted too. You can't move real estate (except mobiles/doublewides/modulars) around and where it is fixed based is critical. 

Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) over 9 years ago

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