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As Realtors, we are always looking for new ways to market our clients properties, so that their properties sell for the highest obtainable price, in the least amount of time and with the least amount of stress. What we are really looking for is addressing the correct market for the listing. For instance I am in a lakefront market that consists mostly of vacation homes. If I market only to the local community, I most likely will not be moving my inventory. However, if I market to areas that demographically have higher income families and have the tendency to purchase second homes, I will succeed in my goal, which is to sell my clients properties.

Newspapers are the status quo or at least they were always the mainstay in the past. Realtors still use newspapers, but it is mostly for the clients sake.

We all know that over 80% of home buyers use the internet to start their home search but there still are a few consumers that look to the printed pages for new listings.

Besides newsprint, there are local specialized magazines, high-end papers and magazines ( as I use for my high end listings ) and of course third-party websites as well as your business website.

There are billboards, and radio minutes and everything in between.

I have decided to take another road, and that is of television advertising. I am still not sure of the impact it will have, but I am of the influence; if you don’t try something, you will never know the results.

So enjoy watching my first television commercial !

If you are interested in selling your lakefront property or you would like to purchase a vacation home on one of the lakes, call me.

This information brought to you by Mary St. George, your personal connection to lakefront living in the Finger Lakes. 315-719-8377

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