We use MLS listings to your benefit to get the results that meet your objectives.
Have you ever heard the phrase, “garbage in, garbage out,” and wondered if that applies to MLS listings like it does other things? The reality is that it definitely can. When real estate agents put their client’s listing into the MLS database, they need to pay close attention to what information is entered. Here at Ring the Bell Realty, we know that MLS listings aren’t a perfect world, but it is still the most effective way to market a home for sale and find one for a buyer. We do our part to make certain our listings are entered with care, and we advise our buyers that confirming important facts is important, and we’ll do what we can in that regard.
When it comes to inputting MLS listings for our sellers, we make certain to get the facts straight. However, there is more to it than that. If you want to sell your home, we’ll take the time to include the unique features that will get your home noticed and appeal to as many potential buyers as possible. The addition of photos is one of the best ways to showcase your property, as buyers love visuals and can fall in love with your home in photos before they’ve even toured it.
Searching the MLS listings for you as a buyer looking for a home in the Kernersville, North Carolina area means doing a bit of fact checking and sometimes broadening the search to find those properties where not enough information has been input, but the home does meet your needs. We’ll reach out to the listing agent for additional information and consult other sources so that we can keep the ideal property from falling through the cracks.
If you would like to know more about how we use MLS listings to your benefit and work within the somewhat imperfect system to get the results we need to meet your objectives, don’t hesitate to contact us.
At Ring the Bell Realty, we can show you MLS listings in Winston-Salem, Mocksville, Advance, Lewisville, Clemmons, Yadkinville, Kernersville, Lexington, Statesville, King, Pfafftown, East Bend, or High Point, North Carolina.