Are you set up for success in 2016? Join 2,500 real estate industry leaders Aug. 4-7, 2015, at Inman Connect in San Francisco. Get Connected with the people and ideas that will inspire you and take your business to new heights. Register today and save $100 with code Readers.
- Selling a home might be a little like meeting a group of women at a bar.
- The pretty one is the first one out the door — because she’s ready to go.
- Who’s next? The ugly one, the nondescript one or the bitter one?
Displaying the best qualities of a home and showcasing the space at its best is a tried-and-true selling tactic. And it’s not entirely different than a gussied-up woman trying to catch a man in a bar.
Here is Leigh Brown’s salty analogy that explains marketing a home — delicate flowers need not view. Remember, no one wants buyer’s remorse — at 2 a.m. or with their home.
Leigh Brown is a full-time residential Realtor, speaker, coach and smartass. She works in the Charlotte, North Carolina, market with Re/Max Executive Realty and can be reached @leighbrown on all networks.