In your local real estate market, describing the property listing is like an artist with a blank white canvas.
On the easel and ready to "paint". So the buyer of the real estate that is eyeballing the home, or whatever property listing type can know how they all different. To play the game like Sesame Street when eating your cheerios and watching Bert and Ernie go at it and the other colorful characters that helped the education curve. One of these things is not like the others, just does not belong.
So in your market knowing every real estate landscape for listings is so so different, what is the difference, distinction when there is a small thread of water out back.
Bordering the backyard of the home, or on the farm, out in the wood sections of the property listing? It's not a river but smaller. What is the difference, when do you apply the label of creek or brook or stream? So the guy and gal on the other end of the tin can and string can know what you are talking about. Can make the connection on his end to say "ah ha...got it." To know what you are talking about clearly, easily, distinctively. Without a doubt or confusion.
Obviously a video that shows the water, where you can hear it means the real estate agent does not have to describe it or be so much of a tour guide that has to spell it out. The sound, the sight of the water and size of the flow can be relayed with just a stop, watch and learn approach.
Maine Waterfront, Exciting Stuff To Have Your Real Estate Property Listing Border.
When its waterfront property listing description time, not making the real estate blown up into something it is not is to be avoided. But so is leaving something out. To undersell a feature like waterfront.