Ah, listing descriptions, those precious clusters of words that have the power to make or break would-be buyers.
Some are florid, painting dramatic portraits of a home’s look and feel. Others jog methodically through property features, real or imagined.
But regardless of whether you wax poetic or not, there’s another core element to “remarks” that may wield equal influence over their impact on buyers: just plain old length.
What camp do you fall into? Are you verbose, concise or somewhere in between?
The Wall Street Journal’s luxury real estate section, Mansion, has revealed the country’s wordiest real estate agents by region. The West ranked first out of four regions, according to an analysis provided to WSJ by Zillow. Source: The Wall Street Journal.