The primary objective of the marketing campaign is to find a buyer for your home. The criteria for meeting this objective include the following:
The target audience for your home are prospective buyers actively searching for homes within your home’s price range, area, lifestyle, or any combination of these variables. We’ll use information such as photos, potentially video, and details about your home as the main benefit or value to attract the audience. This information will help them determine if your home meets their criteria and give them the opportunity to express their interest.
The message’s positioning is the main theme in the marketing for your home. It represents the distinct value your home offers in comparison to its competition on the market. Buyers are evaluating your home against the others, which is why we want your home to stand out from the competing houses.
Developing the positioning requires three steps: Assessing the home’s condition and highlighting features compared to other similar homes for sale, connecting those features to the current trends in buyer preferences, crafting the narrative to connect to the distinctive value your home offers.
Example: Rare sub-$600K remodeled Brookside home in top school district.
Calls to Action are created for different levels of buyer interest to connect with the viewer based on where they are in their home buying journey. The following calls-to-action may be used throughout the marketing mix for your home’s campaign:
Viewers can schedule a specific day and time to tour your home. This indicates a serious buyer. A variation of this call-to-action is “See This Home.”
We utilize performance-based marketing practices to monitor and improve results as our campaigns are implemented. The following measurements (metrics) may be tracked during this campaign
Our full-service marketing may include the following creative to use in our marketing campaign for your home: