Tuesday, December 3, 2013

My Real Estate Philosophy

Inman News is the real estate version of the Wall St. Journal for real estate agents and brokers.  I gain a lot of valuable information from this source, as well as engage in interesting debates on articles posted by contributors to Inman.

I recently got involved in a debate with an Inman contributor who says that forcing people to register to view homes for sale on their website, resulted in more leads.

The contributor used terms I consider old school.  Do you want to be "captured", "forced", or "taught" while you are looking for homes online?  I find those terms outdated, and a bit rude.  I believe that you as a prospective home buyer or seller who is looking for homes online should not be treated like internet prey.

My philosophy in gaining your trust as a new customer is to provide answers to the most common issues affecting your real estate purchase or sale in the Sarasota area.  I have created unique content on my real estate website, www.davidbarrhomes,com, covering everything from the buying process step by step and what you can expect, to flood insurance issues, to the home inspection.

With one click, you can immediately be taken to properties for sale in over 50 popular neighborhoods and town in my service area.  You can also easily search specific types of properties with one click, such as foreclosures, waterfront homes or condos, beachfront homes, or homes with boat docks.

If you are looking for a different type of real estate agent, I look forward to earning your business.

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