Mike Berthiaume Your Realtor in Windsor Essex
Marketing Your Home on the Internet


I occasionally hear people say that they would rather attempt to sell their home on the internet themselves, without the benefit of a real estate professional.  There are many reasons why you might want to reconsider trying this approach.

When you use me as your realtor, buyers will be able to find your home in numerous different ways on the internet, none of which are available to individuals:


1. www.buckinghamrealty.ca
Averaging over 16,000 user sessions per month, Buckingham made a commitment years ago to be internet ready, so their site is extremely useful and easy to navigate. Your listing will be visible to buyers and anyone with interest.

2. My Personal Web Page
All listings are placed on my personal web page. My web page contains numerous links and tips which are helpful to both Buyers and Sellers.

3. www.mls.ca
The Multiple Listings Service is a comprehensive guide to properties listed for sale in Canada. It is updated daily by the Windsor Essex County Real Estate Board. We ensure your MLS listing is extremely detailed and includes the Virtual Tour and professional still pictures we have commissioned for your home.

4. Virtual Tour
Virtual Tours are videos of the interior of a property. The video is attached to the MLS listing. More buyers than ever before search the web before and during the decision-making process. This is why we focus on getting you the most complete internet exposure to display, and to keep your home in front of the most qualified people. However, other tried and true methods still work. We still advertise your home in the Windsor Star and the Real Estate Advertiser, and use our well known sign on your lawn, hand-deliver letters to your neighbours announcing the sale, and provide hard copies of all marketing materials to all interested parties!

NEXT ARTICLE...

EASY HOME IMPROVEMENTS

MARKETING ON THE 'NET

MOVING CHECKLIST

MORTGAGE TYPES

MORTGAGE TERMS

MORTGAGE PRE APPROVAL

MORTGAGE CALCULATOR

Click to expand

Click to expand

Click to expand