Today, Online Marketing Has Become One of The Most Important Aspects in Marketing a Property For Sale.

As just part of the Austin Home and Loan Marketing System, we participate in Realtor.com's (the world's #1 real estate site) "Featured Listings" and "Showcase Listings" programs. The majority of companies in the area do not participate in this because of the additional expense.  The main benefit of the "Featured Listing" is that it will put your property on the top shelf of viewable properties, way ahead of the thousands of other properties for sale on a website with over a million viewers per day!! 

In addition, the "Showcase Listing" allows more details about your property to pass through to the viewer.  This includes up to 6 photos, virtual tours, a scrolling banner and plenty of space to describe your property in full detail.  Realtor.com's research shows that a person is 20 times more likely to view a property with more than one photo compared to one that only has one photo.

To better illustrate this, go to www.Realtor.com and look at the differences between regular listings and featured/showcase listings.

In addition to our advertising on www.Realtor.com, we also feature listings on our company websites:  www.AustinHomeandLoan.com, www.HomeandLoanReports.com, and www.HomeandLoanResources.com.

In today's tech world, you need an agent who has mastered online marketing and who is willing to spend the extra money to get your property in front of the most buyers.

Austin Home and Loan will sell your house fast, and for top dollar!!

Contact us today for a 100% FREE Home Evaluation and to get tips on what to do and what not to do to sell your home for the most amount of money.

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