Making a portfolio

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I'm thinking about making a portfolio to show prospective clients (for me that would be brokers, but for most of you it would be sellers or buyers). Perhaps you have had success creating a portfolio and presenting it to clients... I'm thinking about adding pictures from the local paper and magazines (local and national) that I've done. Maybe more importantly I would include testimonials from agents and from sellers. Yesterday a broker told me that an out of state client loved the virtual tour I created for her $1.7M property and they're flying in this week to see it in person. That will be a nice testimonial if they buy it. I also have a testimonial from a seller who mailed me a letter after someone purchased her home "I wanted to thank you for the wonderful job you did photographing the house. We have sold it, thanks to you. As a matter of fact, you were here on a Wednesday... The buyers saw (it on the web) Thursday night, came here Friday at 11:00 am, and bought the house."

I'm thinking of making the portfolio in a traditional photo album, but that may be too aniquated. Anyone have any better ideas for something that looks great but is easy to transport. I could put this on CD as well, but I'd like to have a display.


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Christopher Smith
TREGO REALTY - Cedar Rapids, IA
Becky, I think this is a great idea and definitely creates more exposure for you and your clients.  I think we like in a "McNow" society, and because of that, something like a threefold portfolio would be easier and more accessible, but it also depends on the part of the country.  Your area might be more technology literature than mine, and if so, then something like a CD might be preferred.
Sep 03, 2006 03:17 AM #1
Bob Pavey
RE/MAX Hometown - Aventura, FL
It should be part of your pre-listing package or at least your listing presentation
Sep 03, 2006 04:31 AM #2
Eric Bouler
Gardner Realtors, Licensed in La. - New Orleans, LA
Listening to your Needs
Put it on a website and in some sort of album. You can reach two types this way. You are preparing for the future also.eric
Sep 03, 2006 12:39 PM #3
Dawn Shaffer Life is good!
Battle Ground, WA

Website with gallery and testimonials on it so the broker can revisit it later. Seeing is believing!! I belong to leads groups and set up a laptop to show my presentation. I've heard SO many times "I wish I'd see this sooner...I really didn't GET it when you said you did virtual tours!"

Bring prices, Tour Preparation Tips, testimonials, etc. printed on photo-quality (slick) bright white paper. Use a flat panorama across the top. Use ink jet, high-quality.

My website  $350 start to finish, unlimited pages, unlimited revisions. Link's at the bottom.

Dawn Shaffer

Sep 04, 2006 03:39 AM #4
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