When you drive in the yard on a new real estate listing, say a Victorian home, excitement happens.Much like a diamond cutter or movie director.
How to present it, create the event, maximize what we have to work with but not exageration.
Just the sizzle of the property to make sure the real estate translation, experience is a success, memorable.
As you shoot images, edit copy, render videos and upload the whole nine yards on to the net.
Where 85% of folks wander for answers.
For everything to why does my back hurt, to where is the cheapest place for real estate and everything in between.
So if you adopt the "don't ask" the seller, owner all the fine details about the place, and if you don't gather the town office, registry information, already the real estate project is doomed. And if you gather the images, information but don't post it, blog about it, get a full story running about the property, then the "don't tell" further assures the place will not be completely, thoroughly seen by many. Because you left out the sizzle of the bacon, the details the real estate buyer is looking for.
Do you have a "don't ask, don't tell" policy with selling real estate? Don't keep your blue ribbon prized property penned in, under wraps, locked in the listing barn.