The Listings Continue to Rise. How Do You Get Yours Noticed?

November 2, 2012


The May report from REBGV showed a 21% increase in listings versus a year ago. With the number of listings continuing to increase, how can you ensure yours gets the attention it deserves?

Be where active home shoppers are.

88% of home buyers use the Internet in their home search *, so it makes sense for you to maximize your online presence.

Since our launch in October, we've been steadily growing the number of active home shoppers on our site. Listings are published on for FREE. If your listings are not already on our site, contact us and we'll show your brokerage how to get your listings published and in front of all those qualified leads.

If your listings are already on, make sure your profile information is up-to-date and complete in our directory. Last month, over 700 people used our directory to find an agent. By signing up for a FREE Agent Account, you can complete your contact information, and highlight the neighbourhoods that you specialize in.

Increase your exposure and leads with our advertising products.

Qualified traffic means qualified leads, and to give you more of those we offer two additional advertising options: 1) the Agent Branding Package enhances your listing and your profile on our site, and 2) the Location Profile Product lets you exclusively target home buyers and sellers looking in specific MLS® sub-areas.

Get more details here or contact us to learn more.

*National Association of Real Estate Agents Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers, 2011

As an writer and editor, Elizabeth spends every day immersed in real estate news and opinion so she can deliver fresh, relevant articles to our visitors. She comes from a varied background in Internet marketing, book publishing, multimedia writing and radio, but what prepared her best for this position is her experience as a renter, seller and buyer in the Vancouver real estate market.
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