Marketing your Home

Our steps to Marketing your Home

  • Place your property in the Palm Beach Regional Multiple Listing Service covering all of Palm Beach, Broward and Martin counties.
  • Arrange professional photography for your property.
  • Specifically, through direct mail, inform REALTORS┬« who actively sell similar properties, that your property is on the market.
  • Direct mail postcards to area residents and the surrounding community.
  • Network with other REALTORS┬«, on a daily basis, by telephone or direct mail.
  • Present your property to past, present and future prospects interested in your type of property, area or price range.
  • Hold a ‘Brokers Open House’ to assure maximum exposure for your property.
  • Market your Property in Homes & Land of the Palm Beaches.
  • Market your property on the WORLDWIDE WEB through this site, www.bolessellshomes.com, www.remax.com, www.realtor.com, www.remax-florida.com, www.craigslist.com, www.point2homes.com, www.oodle.com, www.trulia.com , www.homesandland.com , www.facebook.com
  • Feature your Property in Brian Boles’s Residential Property Portfolio
  • Assure continuous effort to promote and market your property.
  • Keep you informed regarding showings, inquiries, advertising and overall activity through our bi-weekly newsletter
  • Handle all inquiries and showings, to provide the best opportunity for a sale.
  • Open Houses on weekends to give you maximum exposure to people
  • RE/MAX – Website for relocations to the area
  • School information on website
  • Email your listing to over 4,000 clients and the Top 200 Agents in South Florida
  • 7,000 postcards sent to communities from Boca Raton to Boynton Beach.
  • Contacts with International Agents and Buyers from Canada and Europe (plus over 80 countries)
  • 24 hour appointment service
  • BOLES SELLS HOMES!!!!!!!!

Brian C. Boles – Steps to making the sale

  • Send notification of listing to top performing salespeople in the market who Brian knows have buyers in the market.
  • Check with the sellers to ensure they’ve completed necessary improvements previously agreed upon.
  • Ask open-house attendees for feedback, and relay their comments to your clients. Have sellers make necessary changes, for instance, if people complained the house was dark, suggest adding lights.
  • Arrange an open house for prospective buyers. Place ads, put a sign in the yard, and check with the owner that the house is clean and staged properly.
  • Get feedback from attendees. Relay it to clients. Make necessary changes.
  • Negotiate the best offer for you and represent your best interests.
  • Execute the contract. Make sure all parties receive copies.