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Direct Access To All Multiple
Listings Like Realtors®

(Prices and inventory current as of May 23, 2022)

See Pictures and updates (icon)See photos and updates from listings directly in your feed

Share with you friends (icon)Share your favorite listings with friends and family

Save your search (icon)Save your search and get new listings directly in your mailbox before everybody else

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Is More Online Exposure Always Better?

Is More Online Exposure Always Better?

The answer is no! Someone might think it’s amazing that their home listing was viewed by thousands of people, but in reality that metric is meaningless if none of those online viewers are interested buyers. 

  • When selling your home, one of the biggest obstacles you face is making sure your listing gets seen by the right people. 

Always remember, the internet does give homes way more exposure online to reach a vast audience, but that also means that your listing is just one in a sea of many

You want your listing to be viewed by the right niche of buyers, or people who are serious about purchasing a home in your neighborhood with the amenities your house offers. 

The real estate companies online thrive on being able to sell leads to real estate agents, which means their objective does not align with yours as a seller. These online platforms want to attract any and all types of searches and then position them as being promising leads, when this is usually false. 

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