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By virtue of the fact that you are on-line reading this page, you are evidence of the growing power of the Internet in providing information to buyers and sellers of various products and services. Each passing day brings massive change to the quantity of data and choices that the general public can access in their search for knowledge.
In 1995, about two percent of buyers used the Internet to find a home. By 2009, that number had skyrocketed to 90 percent. The Internet was the only medium to go up in use while print, yard signs, and television all went down. The percentage of buyers using open houses, referrals, and relocation companies also fell. This information is straight from the 2009 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers.
So, what does homes on the Web really mean to the consumer? If you are a home-seller and you believe that the Internet could offer your home additional exposure, it means that you should explore ways of getting your property listed in an active real estate site. It also means that there is a big difference between getting information about your house onto the Web, and making sure that people who are searching for "real estate" actually come across the information about your property. Excellent exposure is essential in a good home selling experience.
Judy will list your property on her personal, distinctive web site as well as many local and national sites. Currently these include Remax.com, Realtracs.com, thedailyclassifieds.com, craigslist.com, zillow.com and trulia.com.