Real estate videos, open house on demand.
The battle to boost your real estate marketing signal to gain greater reach and frequency. Round the clock, no matter where your real estate buyer is located, real estate videos deliver. It's like the front door to a new home listing is unlocked, the lights inside all on and let's bring them in from the curb. Right now, no delay, no fuss no muss.
Since COVID, and city living ground to a halt the way most people were used to, the online searches using real estate videos is way way up.
Going online to check out new places to prepare for the eventual relocation move. Folks scrambling to find a better quality of living with the ability to now telecommute to work remotely. Thay's given the real estate video channel a big boost for anyone on the hunt for a friendly, low cost simple living place like Maine.
If you were a home buyer, looking for real estate, would you like to be constrained by a 9-5 Monday through Friday dinosaur thinking delivery of information?
No one wants to wait. Everything has become drive through NASCAR quick pit stop for the run and gun, hit and run. Hurry up and deliver and if you don't I will find someone who does Mr. Man. Give them what they crave... real estate videos for the open house on demand. Like an all night buffet where everything is hot and ready for the come and get it.
Open up the marketing channel to broadcast way way beyond your local real estate market.
Heck, even local buyers want real estate videos to check out more properties, to make better buying decisions. Believe it or not, 10 to 10:30 at night is the peak demand time on my Maine real estate video channel. How come? The kids are finally in bed, the day is done. Mom and Dad have about 30 minutes or less together for watching on a lap top before lights out, I love you, good night.
Crazy huh? Also, the guy or gal commuting to work. Or stuck at an kid's appointment in a doctor's office. They whip out their smart phone or tablet to tap, wipe, slide through the real estate inventory. To see what's for sale in their price range and new to the market.
The other neat thing about real estate videos is it is not once and done.
No no, not just one trip like a traditional in person house showing and then maybe a second tour to make sure. For the biggest purchase most of us ever make, one or two passes through is not enough.
With real estate video, take the walk through, look around the outside and go top to bottom.
Rewind, rewatch and listen. The audio channel on your real estate videos is 40% of the information connection transfer.
Real estate videos, adding in the local community happenings too so your out of town buyers can get a taste of the local flavor surrounding the listings.
They just make sense without delay to deliver and fit in to the very busy schedule of your real estate buyers today.
Some property listing real estate video examples.
Are you using real estate video, the by far most powerful and far reaching marketing tool bar none?
If you do, this blog post on real estate videos is like preaching to the choir. You get it and know stocking your video channels with new productions pays big dividends.
I'm Maine REALTOR Andrew Mooers, ME Broker
207.532.6573 | firstname.lastname@example.org |
MOOERS REALTY 69 North ST Houlton ME 04730 USA
If you do the video right... they do Bill Salvatore - YVP Blog ! "The smooth cool soapstone counter top in this new custom cabnet kitchen " as you run your hand along it works. Chirping birds and running water out by the brook... it makes the connection no matter where your buyer is. I live in rural Maine, my buyer from Nashville, TN or Malibu Ca or out of the country thrives on these videos. We do another facetime video slow and personal wherever the buyer directs me. So so many cash sales, never meet the buyer in person thanks to video.