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Marketing Your Louisville, KY Listing

Escalating You Listing’s Exposure

We get your listing out there to thousands of online visitors, your neighbors and you can market your home to your own circle of influence—family and friends.
94% of home-buyers start their search online.


Debuting your Home

Introducing your home to prospective buyers and other agents is the single most important event in getting your home sold.

Home improvements: Which ones have a positive return-on-investment?
Timing: Attract weekend home-buyers
Pricing: Optimize your initial price to attract the most buyers and still get the price you want
Photos: Professional photos frame and emphasize the best features in your home
Open houses: signs inundating your neighborhood to entice neighbors and potential buyers


Traditional Marketing

Yard-sign, flyers: attractive, modern signs maximize curb appeal
Open houses: we host one for our customers

Online Marketing


What we do:

Craigslist: list your home on Craigslist once a week 
Realtor.com with “Enhance My Listing” option: post your listing on the home search site with the most traffic
Zillow, Trulia, Oodle: post your listing to over 40 non-MLS powered sites
Google: optimize your listing to rank high in Google searches

What we show you how to do:

Social networks: get the word out on Facebook and Twitter
Email: ask your friends to tell the world. We’ll send you a nifty email flyer to send out.

Selling Your Home?

If you are considering selling a home in the Louisville area, contact us first to get a free valuation and market analysis.

Free Market Analysis
Our FREE service provides you with your home's current market value and suggested selling price.
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