Embracing Technology AND Face to Face Communication

Embracing Technology AND Face to Face Communication

 

We are in an age where automation and apps and other technology takes the place of human interaction all the time. At times, technology can make our lives much easier and helps us to be more productive. On the other hand, technology also can make us less connected and out of touch. Human interaction is one thing that just can not be duplicated in an app or in artificial intelligence.

 

Selling your home can be a very personal and emotional process. This is why choosing the right real estate agent is very important. We live in a very digital world and embrace new technologies that may help our clients, but we strive to maintain as much face to face communication as possible.

 

In 1981, 22 percent of home buyers read newspaper ads to find a home and eight percent used friends as an information source. In 2016, 44 percent looked for properties online first.1 Maintaining an excellent online profile of your home is very important. Having great photos and virtual tools will give potential buyers a good idea about if they are interested in your home or not. On the flip side, a walk through with your real estate agent is irreplaceable. We can point out flaws or benefits of a home that online searching just can not do.

 

On our website we have several tools available for our clients to be able to find a home.
Map search: http://www.cgrealtygroup.com/map-search/ Here on our site you can draw a circle on a map and search for homes in a very specific area.

Email alerts: http://www.cgrealtygroup.com/open-homes/ Here our customers may sign up for email alerts about specific properties.

 

52% of respondents in the National Association of Realtors Home Buyer and Seller Trends report noted that finding the right property was the most difficult step in home buying. Using a trusted realtor can help a buyer to find the right property faster. We have experience in understanding what our clients need and want in homes!

 

Real Estate in a Digital Age 2017 Report by National Association of Realtors Research Department

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