When does advertising cross the line from 'puffery' to deception---
I like Weicher's website. I do. Many of my clients have used it and I see why. It has a clean look, it is mobile friendly and the search is easy. However, it goes beyond 'puffery' with this statement.
"Talk to someone who can help - Learn about a home and its neighborhood when our Contact Center connects you to a local Weichert Sales Associate who is knowledgeble about the area and who, typically, has already toured the home."
A tiny percentage of the agent population works for Weichert. To say that any one of them 'typically' has already toured a home found on Weichert's search site (we are not talking about just Weichert's listings here) is beyond puffery.
It comes as no surprise then to find, on a sales marketing section of the same Weichert site, a section called:
"Using the Web to Catch Buyers"
"Catch Buyers"? Buyers want to find a house and they want someone that will actually HELP to assist them in the process. They don't want to to be CAUGHT. Yet many are.
Buyers can't even get into those homes without an agent. It could be the one that is working for the seller that is trying to 'catch' them.
If you are looking for an exclusive buyers agent in Pennsylvania contact Marc Birnbaum at NJHomeBuyer.com Realty. The office number is 856-488-8444. If he isn't in someone will give you his cell number.
If you are looking for an exclusive buyers agent in New Jersey contact Paul Howard at NJHomeBuyer.com Realty at 856-488-8444
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