Mr. Seller, is Your Home Looking Out of Season?

Mr. Seller, when is the last time you googled your property to see what it looks like online? More than 90% of buyers are searching for properties online nowadays so the way your home looks on the Internet is very, very important.

I am currently prospecting as a buyer for property in New Brunswick, Canada. This listing was sent to me this month (July) by my Realtor. Now, I know Canada is cold and there is snow in the winter time (I grew up there), but that part of Canada does not stay frozen year round. What the heck?

home in New Brunswick Canada with snow in front yard

I certainly was relieved when my Realtor told me it wasn’t his listing. This, in my book, is totally unacceptable and shows a Realtor not doing his job and a seller not paying attention.

Beach in New Brunswick Canada with snow

If I were you, Mr. Seller, I would have fired my Realtor months ago, shortly after the snow melted and the grass turned green. I have to admit that your house is standing out of the crowd online with the snow in the in July. Somehow, though, I don’t believe it is helping. Your home is still for sale, is it not?

Mr. Seller, when you list your property with me, I will not let this happen. Yes, I know, we don’t have these extremes in Lafayette, Louisiana. Yet, I often see homes with yellow grass and leafless trees in the summer time in our MLS. Your Realtor’s job is to help you sell your home and make it look at its best, especially on the Internet.

So, Mr. Seller, is your Realtor really working to help you sell your home? I mean, really?

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Mr. Seller, is Your Home Looking Out of Season?

Mr. Seller, when is the last time you googled your property to see what it looks like online? More than 90% of buyers are searching for properties online nowadays so the way your home looks on the Internet is very, very important.

I am currently prospecting as a buyer for property in New Brunswick, Canada. This listing was sent to me this month (July) by my Realtor. Now, I know Canada is cold and there is snow in the winter time (I grew up there), but that part of Canada does not stay frozen year round. What the heck?

home in New Brunswick Canada with snow in front yard

I certainly was relieved when my Realtor told me it wasn’t his listing. This, in my book, is totally unacceptable and shows a Realtor not doing his job and a seller not paying attention.

Beach in New Brunswick Canada with snow

If I were you, Mr. Seller, I would have fired my Realtor months ago, shortly after the snow melted and the grass turned green. I have to admit that your house is standing out of the crowd online with the snow in the in July. Somehow, though, I don’t believe it is helping. Your home is still for sale, is it not?

Mr. Seller, when you list your property with me, I will not let this happen. Yes, I know, we don’t have these extremes in Lafayette, Louisiana. Yet, I often see homes with yellow grass and leafless trees in the summer time in our MLS. Your Realtor’s job is to help you sell your home and make it look at its best, especially on the Internet.

So, Mr. Seller, is your Realtor really working to help you sell your home? I mean, really?

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