The Perks of Living in My Community
Reminder about the March 2020 Challenge
We are halfway through March, but there’s still plenty of time for you to write and share your thoughts about the perks of living in your community, with multiple photos and, if you are ambitious, an original new video.
Yes, there is a lot going on right now, in the news and in our lives, with changes daily. And perhaps blogging, and an AR challenge, are the least of your worries. I totally get that – our clients need our guidance and support, along with family members, friends and neighbors!
But for those who have the time and interest, writing a community post is a terrific way to share information about where you live, or a community you know, that will be of interest to potential buyers…now and in the future. Check out the comment section of the original post for links to all the community posts thus far.
A well-done community post provides information that prospective buyers want and need to know, and demonstrates that you are the Realtor with the knowledge of the neighborhood who can help them purchase the right home that fits their lifestyle.
So tell readers what you know about your community:
Why are people attracted to the community?
Why do people (and you) like living there?
Share popular community features and amenities: restaurants, tourist attractions, shopping, recreation, parks, hiking, and so on.
Talk about the housing options.
You can chat about the weather.
Share anything else you think will interest others about your community or things they should know about living there.
Include some helpful links for readers to learn more.
See the original post for the rules you should follow.
DEADLINE - Be sure to get your masterpiece posted no later than 11:59 pm PST on March 31st.
And and be sure to share a working link to your post in the comments section in the original post about the challenge, not here.
Your efforts will be well rewarded with 1500 points, plus 250 bonus points for a video, that should show up in your profile in early April (no promises on the date!).