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Keeping It Real Estate

Ep 68: The Importance of Social Media When Selling a Home

todaySeptember 17, 2020

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Today we open up the mailbag for a couple of listener questions, which got us into a great discussion on the value of social media when it comes to marketing your home. Find out where Colleen stands on this strategy.

 

Read more and get additional real estate resources here: https://keepingitrealestatepodcast.com/selling/ep-68-the-importance-of-social-media-when-selling-a-home/447/ 

 

See our listings: https://www.bensonbrokergroup.com/ 

 

What we discuss today: 

0:37 – The Benson team is growing.

3:08 –  Mailbag Question #1: I wanted to sell my house fast and easy like I heard about in commercials, where I don’t have to list my house and they’ll just buy it straight from me. None of these businesses are returning my calls. Is this still possible?

6:40 – Mailbag Question #2: My good friend is a realtor but she’s not big into social media. I’ve heard you talk about the importance of advertising a home on social media. Would I be missing out if we used my friend as an agent?

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