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How RE/MAX Agents Cuts Through the Noise


It’s a noisy world out there!

An agent’s job is to get your home sold. It doesn’t happen on its own. It takes an aggressive, well-designed marketing plan with several channels. An experienced real estate agent will know where to place your home, how and when to host open houses and how to create the most attractive presentation for your home. An agent cannot throw darts; they must have a solid plan of action to get your home sold.

Placement –

  • There are so many places to advertise open houses in our world today. Make sure you choose an agent that understands where consumers are finding information for your home. Set your expectations upfront. Ask the questions that are important to you. The agent will tell you exactly where your home is marketed, so you can see how it looks. You can also watch the engagement. The better the pictures, the better the attention will be for creating interest in your home.

Open Houses 

  • Through experience, agents know how to use open houses to bring attention to your home. The day, time, and exposure make a difference in the number of people who may show up to see your house. A good agent will give you suggestions on how to prepare your home for the open house.


  • An experienced agent will have relationships with some of the best videographers, photographers, stagers, graphic artists, printers, lawn care, repairers, and cleaners if these services are needed. These are questions to ask potential listing agents. Do you use video in your marketing? Do you use social media in your marketing? Will you hire a photographer and stager? The more questions you ask, the more satisfied you will be with your choice of the listing agent to market your home.

If you are ready to select RE/MAX Capitol Properties as your real estate agency, then we will assist you in finding the right agent for you! Give us a call at 307-635-0303.

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