THE ACR LISTING ADVANTAGE
Home listings with video receive 403 percent more inquiries than those without. ACR – Ann Carr Realtors® provides promotional videos for each listing dramatically boosting engagement, dwelling time, return visits, sharing, and conversions.
95 percent of home buyers are beginning their home search online? If that staggering statistic doesn’t catch your eye, it should! It’s extremely important when selling a home that your home is being exposed everywhere online.
ACR – Ann Carr Realtors® provides 360 Virtual Tours on every listing. This technology can be used to view properties abroad or in remote, rural locations. Buyers can click on bedrooms, the kitchen, bathrooms, etc. to give them a clear, 3D view of each room giving your property more exposure.
Virtual tours allow potential home buyers to conveniently view your home from the comfort of their laptop or iPhone. The 360 Virtual Tour of your home will also be attached to your homes MLS listing and seen on all home sale websites like Zillow, Realtor.com and Trulia.
Make Your Property Stand Out with 31 Twenty-Seven Design
Ann Carr Realtors®️ provides a free consultation for all listings. Buyers often look at multiple listings at once, it is critical that you make your property stand out. That’s where 31 Twenty-Seven Design comes into play. By helping you stage your home, you can decrease time on the market and increase the sales price, all the while helping capture the heart of your buyer. 3127 Design
ACR – Ann Carr Realtors® goal is to make you more competitive in a digital world providing high-quality information increasing the duration of website visits and the percentage of visitors that register to learn more. These engagement metrics ultimately correlate strongly to sales conversions. So the bottom line? The more engaging your webpage – the more new home sales you will see.
In short, an impressive webpage highlighting an array of high quality professional photos, videos, and 360° virtual tours will have a substantial advantage that words alone cannot express.