When you list, market, sell Maine homes and other real estate, the conveyor belt of property listings can move fast.
And you as the agent, broker, REALTOR can keep up, retain each and every listing.
Because it's what we do, how we are built, wired. But for a Maine home buyer, ready to charge out and look at a slew of places in one day.
How many Maine home showings, actual house tours is too many before they get intoxicated, overwhelmed, confused?
Like most things in life it depends. But today with real full motion videos, banging out ten house showings in the privacy of their home no matter where it is on the planet, regardless of the time zone or weather, the open house on demand is easy.
Videos mean the listener, watcher covers more ground quickly. Saving gas, time, and not read read reading long paragraphs of copy to get the gist of what this property listing is all about. No jumping to this map, switching to this link and wasting time. Just sit back, toggle and absorb. One after another to get the information they came to see, hear about, need.
So do blog posts like this one. To help make the transfer of information on the Maine real estate, the area and local event flavor of the communities surrounding them.
So what say you as a real estate profession on how many is a good number of showings for homes, houses in one session?
Knowing that geographically they are all pretty handy and not hours and hours away that would limit the number of stops for the trick or treat property listing tour. I find a blur of which kitchen has this, which one was the fireplaced living room can happen once you go over four.
Every real estate buyer is different but confusion is never good. When the two in the back seat during the house tour start getting agitated. Mixed up. And tired from the long trip to get here. Easy does it, and filtering out what they don't want, can't afford streamlines the process.
Maine, big state, less people, more four season beauty. What you are hankering, looking for? Make the call, ask the questions, text or smoke signal. Lots to do, ground to cover before you arrive in Vacationland.