Archive for the ‘Listing Tips’ Category

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A Picture Ain’t Always Worth 1,000 Words.

November 29, 2007

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While recently researching potential properties for some buyer clients of mine, I came across a listing with the above photo attached. Good area, decent price and it seemed to have several of the features my buyers were looking for. Although MLS allows agents to upload 30+ photos for each listing, this was the only photo attached to this listing. Seeing the remnants of snow on the roof , and knowing we hadn’t had any yet this season, I took a look at the listing history of this property. This property has been on the market for 626 days. It originally listed back on March 1, 2006. We probably had some snow back then. Seeing a listing like this iritates me for several reasons: Read the rest of this entry ?

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There’s OIL in them there tanks, partner! Isn’t there?

November 28, 2007

Note to any Realtors working in sub-human winter conditions like the Northeast. If you have any listings of properties that are vacant and heated by oil, check the oil tank today and if it needs filling, get the oilman out there ASAP. It’s easy to forget about these types of things when no one is actually living there. And the worst way to be reminded about the lack of oil in the tank is a fresh set of frozen pipes. Realtors in the south and west, please ignore this post and have yourself a very Green Christmas, you warm-blooded bastards. 37 and dropping here in Boston.

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