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Real Estate Agent with LISTINGLIGHT
I know this sounds like an advertisement but ithe LISTINGLIGHT, A NIGHT LIGHT FOR REAL ESTATE SIGNS is something that can definetly help you. A FSBO promised me a listing three years ago and told me she panicked and hired another agent! The next day I drove past her house around 8p.m. and couldn't read the sign and a light literally went off in my head. If I can't read the sign, neither can potential buyers or agents. If I could light up our real estate signs for 3 hours in the summer or 5 hours in the winter I have just increased each of our sales day by 3 to 5 hours and gave the seller an extra 150 hours of extra marketing time each month! Name a seller that doesn't want to sell his or her house worst than you do? There are three people involved in the real estate transaction:


All three parties benefit from the LISTINGLIGHT, A NIGHT LIGHT FOR REAL ESTATE SIGNS. The LISTINGLIGHT is battery operated with 6 c cell batteries that last about two months. LISTINGLIGHTS are much brighter and more reliable than solar lights and go on and off automatically each night with a built in photo cell. Our website has over 80 testimoinials from agents all over the country telling us how it helped them secure a listing, sell their listing faster, or attract new listings. Our website www.LISTINGLIGHT.com will give you an idea of how they work and we have a TV interview on the news section conducted by Bob Loesure, former anchorman of Headllines News.

So tonight give your sign a purpose with a LISTINGLIGHT, go into a new listing appointment and tell your seller that you will give them an extra 150 hours of exposure than any agent that walks throught the door!

Comments (5)

Anthony Stokes-Pereira
Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty - Nanuet, NY

Hi Bob,

Great idea, if you get your seller approval and no restrictions by the town.. I think it is OK!!!!!

Oct 16, 2007 08:53 AM
Sandy McAlpine
Search Lake Norman Homes For Sale - Lake Norman NC
that's very neat. I saw one in a neighborhood when taking a walk with my friends. it wasn't too bright but enough to notice it. It's getting darker, earlier. How much are they?
Oct 16, 2007 09:02 AM
Bob Visotcky
We have sold over 15,000 LISTINGLIGHTS with no reported citations. We put open house signs on street corners every week and I'm sure that is not in any town ordinace? The fact that the lights are self contained and go on and off in 3 or 5 hours doesn't casue too much difficulty. Appreciate the comment!
Oct 16, 2007 09:04 AM
Esko Kiuru
Bethesda, MD


That is a great idea for added exposure. Pretty simple but can make a difference. Time will evidently tell us how the public will react to signs like that on their streets. 

Oct 16, 2007 09:26 AM
Richard Visotcky
KELLY & VISOTCKY, LLC (Law Offices) - Manahawkin, NJ
This is one of the best inventions since sliced bread.  There are a few in my neighborhood and it really makes the listing sign stand out above all the others.  It provides the perfect "edge" to help a listing sell faster.  Good Luck!
Oct 16, 2007 09:29 AM