Market Your House For Sale and Get the Phone to Ring Off the Hook

Posted on 10. Aug, 2011 by in Free/Low Cost Marketing Methods, How To's, Real Estate Investing, Videos

Market Your House For Sale and Get the Phone to Ring Off the Hook

Man, if you have to market your house for sale and you’re looking to get your phone to ring off the hook, then you must watch this video.

You’ve probably read about bandit signs before and how they are one of the best ways to market your house for sale.

And you’ve probably read or heard about how handwritten bandit signs are the absolute best way to market your house for sale!

Do you know why they are the best way to market your house for sale? It’s cause they get your phone to ring off the hook silly!

Watch the video above and I will walk you through step by step how I am actively marketing 2 houses that I have for sale (1 is being put under contract on Saturday, btw. Thanks to my handy work in the video.)

How else do you market your house for sale to get your phone to ring off the hook?

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5 Responses to “Market Your House For Sale and Get the Phone to Ring Off the Hook”

  1. Lolita

    10. Aug, 2011

    Hey Carey, great information! We get alot of calls from doing signs as well and placing the deals on craigslist / backpage. I will share this on my wall.

  2. AnotherSteph

    15. Sep, 2011

    Hi Carey,

    Hope you’re doing well! :-)

    Great tips…but come on, show us the signs with your phone #!? Don’t you want a ton of people to call you! LOL!

    Steph
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  3. Carey

    18. Sep, 2011

    lol thanks for the smile Steph and uhhh no I don’t want a ton of people calling me lmao How have you been?

  4. Jill Jacobson

    22. Feb, 2012

    keeping it simple. I like it! How many calls does it usually take to close a deal?

  5. Carey

    22. Feb, 2012

    Jill,

    Thanks for visiting the blog. Love the question. I’m sure you will get a lot of answers to this one.

    To be honest, I don’t really know how many calls it takes to close a deal (I stink at keeping track of that stuff.) But I’d say a good part of it depends on your area, your market, and honestly your marketing :-)

    For this particular deal, I never actually got to close the deal. The seller, found a tenant/buyer before I did (I have it in my option agreement that they are still allowed to market their property.

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