The buzz around the holidays, the Maine real estate office water cooler as the slurp, grapevine news gets spread around.
Always there is a thread online with blog posts about holiday real estate marketing should screech to a stop. Don't even bother lifting a finger to even think about selling real estate when snow is on the ground around the property listing. The notion that nothing moves around the tinsel time, foil wrapping paper rustling and pretty bows showing up under the well decorated tree.
That conversations around the Thanksgiving table never ever goes near the subject of real estate listing, selling.
As if it was hush hush, taboo to you to even broach the subject of buying, selling real estate.
The wonder what's cooking, for sale in the property listing inventory.
On the MLS carousel going round and round online like a revolving home made pie display case.
It's just not true. Real estate listings for sale should not be blindfolded. Restricted, kept on the ground parked in a holiday marketing no fly zone.
Tucked away until another day. When someone announces the coast is clear. The yellow caution flag has been replaced with one of green.
When your real estate buyer has a little slack in the schedule to whip out the smart phone to see what's new for sale.
And gathers round the lap or desk top to eat peanut brittle.
Nibble on ribbon candy, a big chunk of divinity fudge or pops a couple coconut balls.
As they glean the screen of real estate listings available for sale. Paying no attention to the time of year.
While Burl Ives sings about hoping you and yours have a holly jolly Christmas this year.
Maybe real estate is what some give for the holidays too.
Those legal descriptions, deeds to the real estate listings slide awfully easily into a red or green envelope. To tuck the title to the real estate, the property paperwork on a trimmed limb of whatever sized tree is lit up in front living room Christmas lights. Read full article on get those property listings online for real estate buyers to know about over the holidays.