In the past two months, I have sold two listings where the buyers put offers on the homes site unseen. One was an international buyer from Canada and the other was from Maryland.
Due to the small amount of Parkland home inventory currently on the market, buyers, especially international buyers, are putting offers on properties without first seeing them in-person. This reminds me of the “good old days” of real estate when buyers were practically lining up to purchase homes, and they could not get their offers into the listing agents fast enough!
I strongly believe that these two recent site-unseen purchases are a direct result of our staging and professional photographs that we take for all of our listings. All of our Parkland real estate home listings are professionally photographed with a wide-angle lens camera. We also have many of our listings aerially photograph. As a result, our listings stand out above the competition and gives potential buyers a unique perspective of our home listings. Below, please see how these two listings were aerially photographed. Both buyers flew in to perform their inspections, and we are happy to announce that both listings closed. Now that inventory has reached a healthy level in Parkland, Florida, perhaps this is a sign of good things to come for the rest of the year and into 2012!
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