I have done a small blog on single property websites, but as I am restructuring this product, I wanted to see if I could get some feedback on what is important from the agents standpoint. So, agents, PLEASE let me know what is important to you in a single property website.
For those of you not familiar with this product, it is a great tool that not only helps sell your properties, but also attracts more listings. I know what it is like when you are trying to list a property, and this is one more cost effective tool that I believe you should add to your arsenal.
A single property website is simply a one page website with pictures/slideshow and all the details of your listing with your contact information on it - plus, it has it's own domain name. The domain name is usually the address or a part of the address - www.124MapleStreet.com for example (not an active site). The website and 1 years hosting is only $42.00. For an additional $20.00 you can purcahse a rider to hang on your sign that will have the domain name printed on it. All you have to do is email me a fact sheet and the pictures and I do all the work!
24 hour turn around time shows your seller that you mean business when it comes to selling their house. The seller will get a kick out of email her 'new website' to all her friends and family - in effect, marketing her own home to a degree. It also give you the ability to include the website name with all of your marketing materials.
If you have a virtual tour, you can add the link directly to this website as well!
Now, back to the original reason for this post...PLEASE give me some feedback about what is important in a single property website to you. I am a photographer that was in the tech world for years, but I just need to knjow what would make this product attractive to you...what I can do to make myself stand out from the rest of the crowd. This is a product that I really believe in and I believe that with your help, I can really create a dynamic product that will really help you guys.
Thanks for your help, and I look forward to hearing a lot of great feedback.