Marketing Your Home

If you are located in the Western Suburbs or City of Chicago Barbara Haran would love to assist you in marketing your home. She chooses to work with Coldwell Banker the number one real estate brand in Chicagoland in order to provide her clients the very best in marketing options through a myriad of mediums. First and foremost over 90% of today’s home buyers begin their search online. Barbara knows your home has to not only be on every major website but look like a knockout! For every listing she works personally with a professional photographer on a carefully crafted photoshoot for your home to highlight its very best attributes. This is one of the most important parts of the listing process at any pricepoint because it is likely your buyer’s first showing of the home- the virtual showing online. If the photos are dark, make the room appear small, ignore the details – i.e. having toilet seats up and clutter in the background, then buyers won’t picture themselves moving right in. Barbara takes the care and concern to make sure every listing is a standout, beautiful home to potential buyers. Your home is then marketed on over 60 major websites including, but not limited to, Zillow, Trulia, Realtor.com, Homes.com, HGTV, MSN, Yahoo and many more. This also ensures that your home is ‘googleable’ to those who drive by and see the traditional sign marketing or perhaps, if applicable, print media. Everything comes back to the digital marketing strategy.

Please contact Barbara Haran anytime if you would like a detailed comparative market analysis of your home and would like to discuss listing.

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