When home Buyers are searching for the perfect Tulsa home for sale, they will likely search on Google for a “Tulsa home for sale near Riverparks,” or “Tulsa home for sale near a golf course,” or a “Tulsa home for sale near Utica Square.” And of course Buyers will also search “Tulsa home for sale in Edison school district” or “Tulsa home for sale with quick commute to downtown.”
Buyers rarely search by zip code any more. Buyers want to be near the activities they enjoy and are more concerned about a short drive to work. So when your Realtor blogs about your Tulsa home for sale, you want to make sure they are using keywords for which Buyers will search.
Because so much information is available on the internet today, Buyers shop differently than they did ten years ago. They are likely to do a lot of research on their own before contacting a Realtor or even entering a home they would consider purchasing.
Make sure when you list your Tulsa home for sale that you are using a Realtor who understands how Buyers are shopping today and make SURE your home is coming up in internet searches.
Tech savvy Tulsa Realtors also know how to PRICE your home to come up in more internet searches. The days of pricing a home at $249,000 have gone by the wayside. Buyers are searching in increments of $25,000 when they begin their search. If a home is priced at $250,000, it will come up in searches of $225,000 to $250,000 AND in searches from $250,000 to $275,000. A home priced at $249,000 only comes up in one search, which means only 50% of prospective Buyers will see it.
Research Realtors and consider their understanding of the internet as it relates to real estate before you list your Tulsa home for sale. THIS Tulsa Realtor is utilizing the internet to its full extent – call me today to find out more!