And yes, advertising is still a necessary part of the game. It’s actually a win-win for realtors to invest in advertising your home, as they are also advertising their own name. In addition to the traditional newspaper ads, many realtors are seeing good results promoting photo gallery and video walk-throughs of homes for sale on Facebook and other social media sites (yet another reason to invest in quality photography).
Une terrasse commune est aménagée sur le toit, au 6ème étage, avec un plan d’eau pour la baignade (piscine ou spa de nage). Ouverte sur trois côtés, cette terrasse offre la vue sur les Laurentides. Une aire de repas est aménagée et comprend un BBQ à la disposition des copropriétaires. Une salle d’exercices (gym climatisé avec exerciseurs) et une salle d'eau avec toilette et douche sont aussi aménagés dans une zone intérieure adjacente à la terrasse.
Next: the text. Once you’ve hooked a potential buyer with those pretty pictures, you want to make sure they don’t waste their time (or your’s) coming to see a place that doesn’t actually fit their needs. Your realtor should take the time to provide detailed information on your MLS listing to clearly and persuasively describe the features and benefits of your home.
To simplify the home search experience, homebuyers can now visualize on a map which areas and therefore listings most correspond to their lifestyle. Users simply select among 12 lifestyle criteria - such as quiet neighbourhood, car-friendly etc. - by clicking on an icon on top right of the map. Once selected, the map will display which areas are most desirable in green and less desirable ones in yellow to red for the chosen lifestyle criteria.
Cette maison unifamiliale avec un cachet contemporain est le modèle rêvé pour les petites familles. Le rez-de-chaussée, à aire ouverte, a deux chambres et une salle de bain avec une douche de verre 3’ x 4’. Au sous-sol, vous pourrez créer sur mesure deux chambres, une salle familiale et une deuxième salle de bain. Il ne faut pas oublier le garage à même de la maison.
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