- Buzz – in our neighborhood when a home goes on the market the sign lets us know. I have “helped sell” two homes by telling people that I personally know that a home has gone up in our subdivision and to come look at it.
- Accidental Finding – The home we now live in we found by accident dropping a our son off at a friends home in the subdivision. We had been looking and may have found the home online, but the sign got us ready to search for this specific home.
- Drive By – While searching on the internet is great, finding a home as you are driving by and getting the flyer in your hands is a great feeling. Pictures, videos, and descriptions on the internet can never convey the first impression of seeing your future home in person. (An aside, I will never understand the lazy realtors out their who can not keep their flyers stocked on site. As a consumer, make sure you keep them filled!)
Source: The Real Estate Bloggers
Make a great drive-up impression with a colorful yard sign and remember that realtors signs are the first point of contact you have.
The purpose of your sign is to stimulate activity around the home. By making people stop, look and think about this home, you are expanding your customer base. Curious neighbors and Sunday drivers could be your next clients.
A truly professional real estate agent uses colorful residential yard signs to increase traffic, communicate important information and make a stronger curbside impression. Lightweight curbside signs are used to list amenities and generate interest in your rental properties.