We built a beautiful house in the country and learned that I am allergic to all of the trees and bushes that make it so beautiful. We are moving to Las Vegas where trees are not as plentiful. Before we make the move, we have to sell our house. We enlisted the help of Jay and Monika McGillicuddy.
Monika and I have been Twitter friends for some time now. She is friendly and I like how she shares interesting videos of New Hampshire and offers an Open House from time to time. When I asked Monika to help, I didn’t know she is part of a great team, namely she and her husband, Jay.
Jay and Monika even created a website www.77southroad.com. Keep in mind, we are talking about a small town in New Hampshire. Steve and I are moving to the city of lights, Las Vegas, Nevada. This may be a good place to add that Steve is a professional poker dealer. Look for him under the lights.
I decided to go online and see what is available for housing in Las Vegas. Overall, I am not happy with my experience. You know the old adage, a picture is worth a thousand words, well, many pictures were missing.
Yes, I understand that Jay and Monika McGillicuddy are outstanding, BUT. If a realtor is listing a property for sale, why not include pictures? Or why not include more than three pictures. Why include duplicate pictures. Hello Las Vegas. I need some help please.
There is so much I don’t know about the internet and social media and how it all fits together, but it seems pretty clear cut to me. If YOU are selling a product, YOU will have greater success if you include a picture. If the object is multifaceted – like a house for instance – several pictures would be nice.
Hmmmm. Maybe when I get there, I will become a Realty Photographer.
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