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Social Media Strategy

Before social media invaded the world of real estate, agents effectively marketed themselves through channels like cold calling, bus benches, billboards, and door knocking. Though these marketing strategies still work today, they can't compete with the global reach of social media.

Social media is non-negotiable in today's real estate market, yet many real estate professionals haven't begun to utilize it effectively.

Technology will never replace an Agent. However, an Agent with technology will replace an Agent without technology.

Video Marketing & Advertising

As more house shopping goes online, buyers are saying these items are more important to them.

Yet, 94% of listings do not include a virtual tour. Many listings claimed to have a virtual tour but only offered a photo-based slideshow, according to a new study of 25,000 listings conducted by, a virtual staging technology provider.

Professional Photography

It's vital to attract prospective homebuyers through cutting-edge visuals. High-quality real estate pictures can give homebuyers that valuable first impression that can lead to a phone call--or even a sale.

Properties represented by high-quality photos are also likely to sell faster and for more. These are also utilized in supplementing my other marketing endeavors, including social media campaigns, brochures and pamphlets, and all forms of advertising.


Print Marketing

Running a successful property marketing campaign that generates buyer interest from every corner of the world requires using the latest digital photography techniques. Getting your home in front of a "targeted audience" and having the best presentation possible.

Staging Your Home

Staging is about showcasing an engaging, move-in ready home that creates an emotional connection with the buyer. Updating décor with on-trend, inviting style particularly in living rooms, primary bedrooms, kitchens, and dining rooms—can make a memorable impression. Once engaged, buyers will be more committed and possibly willing to increase their offer, and they may be less likely to change their minds at the last minute or ask for concessions.

Eighty-two percent of buyers' agents said staging helped their clients visualize the property as their home, according to the National Association of REALTORS® 2021 Profile of Home Staging. With staging, you minimize the negatives and accentuate the positives of a property to make the best impression. Start by decluttering and depersonalizing to remove any potential distractions. Then, add a coat of neutral wall color to brighten the space, remove dated window treatments, and strategically arrange furniture and remove bulky pieces. These simple updates will help play up the home's unique features and increase the perceived value.

More than a quarter of buyers are more willing to overlook property faults if a home is staged, according to NAR's 2021 Profile of Home Staging.


Design Expertise

Having an extensive background in real estate development and sales, I have learned many different tastes, styles and trends. When you have been involved in this for over 25 years you gain an immense amount of knowledge and skills when understanding design. Also, imploring others whom have different styles and tastes ultimately provides the clients with a balance that brings out the best options and opinions for my clients.
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