Marketing Your Home

Marketing your home for sale does not work with a one-size-fits-all approach. With over 35 years’ sales experience, I have perfected a comprehensive and multi-tiered approach to marketing real estate that will give your property maximum exposure. A customized and balanced strategy will be implemented to target and reach current buyers which will include much of the following..

Step 1

Professional Photography

A professional photographer will take stunning photographs which capture your home in its best light to ensure it is memorable to potential buyers.

Drone & Video 

Some properties greatly benefit from Drone Video to highlight their Lot and Location. As well, some interiors are better understood via video tours.

For Sale Signs

Where possible Homes benefit from the use of the distinctive “Aron Gangbar” For Sale signs that will be placed on your property, ensuring maximum visibility.

MLS Listing

Your home will be listed on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS), where real estate agents and thousands of potential buyers will see it 24/365 with flawless pictures, accurate text, and thorough details.

Step 2

My Website is one a Popular London Real Estate websites and your home will have a feature spot on the front page.

Feature Sheets

I will design and print high-quality, full-colour feature sheets of your home for all prospective buyers to take with them after showings.

Floor Plans

I will arrange for the creation of professional floor plans that are both accurate and attractive.

Step 3

Social Networking

Marketing your home for sale is supplemented by my vast online social network to reach not only the widest range of potential buyers but to target the most suitable ones, Including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest.

Just Listed Cards

With the intention of informing the friends and families of neighbours, or those who may be considering moving within the same area, I will mail Just Listed cards to homes in your neighbourhood.

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Your home will be featured in a variety of print media including, but not limited to, the London Free Press Homes Section and Homes & Land Magazine.