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Our Modern Age My Local Market
Its 2017 and the market is driven by the internet. You know how the internet is taking sales from brick and mortar shops. Practically anything can be delivered to your door quickly and often at a lower price than if you went to a local store. I don't even need to name any of these websites because you have for sure ordered items off them yourself. Here is another good example. I fly a few times a year and I can't think of a time I have ever purchased an airplane ticket anywhere other than the internet. What you might not be familiar with is how the home buying front is changing with the internet. The internet does not just give you the ability to search all of the inventory from wherever you are. More importantly it is the match maker for the buyer and the agent. Especially in second home markets such as mine, Santa Rosa Beach, Florida.
I pay money for website/ software
I run ads, post on social media, write blogs
You visit - website
You sign up (with good info)
I reach out, we become friends, and I help you close on your beautiful new beach home!
Fill out the form with good information if you are a serious buyer and you will get a real life local agent who is connected to the page you are using.
So when you are sitting around in the near future and the question gets asked, "How did you find the agent who worked with to buy your new home?" Don't be surprised when the answer is, "I was just browsing on the internet and filled out a form and next thing I know a real life local agent reached out!"
Jonathan grew up in Birmingham, Alabama and vacationed from 30A to Destin every time he got a chance while growing up. He attended The University of Alabama where he double majored in finance and busi....
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