Your New Orleans Condo Listing! Photos can tell a story! Good photos get appointments!

     Thinking of listing your New Orleans Condo in 2008 requires an Internet presentation and visible presence.  Getting some great photos is key to getting your condo out to the public via the local MLS and other Internet avenues.  Having a website where you can feature the condos you have listed is important.  Your property can have a more intensive layout of features, neighborhoods, and of course nice photos that give the viewer a better view.  People want to see what they look like.

   Not all agents are going to have that Internet presence.  The postelet below can be posted on a blog. It can be posted on Craig’s list for more exposure where people can actually look at properties in mass.  The MLS has room for 8 photos which many, many people view to see what is for sale.  Having a group of good photos and descriptions will get your property noticed.  

    Taking good and better photos will make a difference as people do buy what they see. I am always amazed at how many agents in today’s market have not mastered the camera and the online presentation of your listings.  Taking pictures of the immediate neighborhood is also a good idea if you have the tools to do this. 

     A website is a good way to get a full blown article 1627 Conery Condo so take a look.   People want to see what separates your listing apart from the rest.  In the end it helps you sell your property for more money and in a shorter time.  A website also allows clients see all the info that they are looking for when buying a condo. New Orleans Condos is my site that gets updated weekly.  A recent entry I am working on is a Luxury Rental in the Warehouse District at Gallery Row #410 which has a page on my website.   

The postelets can be uploaded to Craigs List and gives the property a nice presentation without a lot of work but good photos can make your condo  shine.  Most people are going to spend little time unless there is something to see.  Keep the words simple.

     This however means the the local newspaper is no longer a good buy in terms of advertising your condo.  What can someone tell in three puffed up lines, not much.  The Times Picayune Newspaper remains effective for other types of advertising.  I still read the Sports and the front page but the type is too small to see for me.  I can however see the various agents that still believe spending money in promoting themselves along with a blurb on the property.  This however is my opinion!

A picture is worth how many words?

See other post related to this.  Uptown Four Plex Conversions1627 Listing Blog and the Garden District neighborhood.  It just gives people a better picture of the area.

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  1. Upstart Agent

    Many agents are not web-savvy, but it can certainly make a huge difference in generating interest to a property!

  2. Cal Carter

    The internet is vital for good property exposure these days. I read today that a major California newspaper was dropping it’s real estate section. Why? Because it was no longer efective and was no longer being utilized, thus no longer a profit center for the newspaper. When listing property – list with an agent that is tech savvy, has great website and blogging exposure, and be willing to price your property to sell. Otherwise don’t list it!

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