Seattle Real Estate | Gerhard Ade
Examples of Designer Listings
What are Designer Listings?
Listings that are designed to tell the story of a real estate property in an informative and engaging way.
It takes a listing designer to design designer listings. All content is original, not simply syndicated from other sources. 😉
Gerhard’s real estate marketing is the best guarantee that you will sell your home at the highest price in the shortest possible time – regardless of price range or market conditions. Below are examples of Gerhard’s Seattle area designer listings featured on ReSeattle.com.
You need just one buyer. When the price is over $2 million, it may take a while to find that buyer. Bothell is not known for luxury homes. You improve your chances when Zillow calls it one of the five best listings in the nation.
When the right buyer showed up, the home sold for cash the same day.
You are a first-generation immigrant to the United States. With your work ethic and smarts you were able to buy your own home and one more, both in Kirkland. This is your first home sale and it’s about to pay off.
In five days and multiple offers you sell your home well over list.
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Your investment into a downtown Redmond condo paid off handsomely. Your condo doesn’t have a rental cap. You invested in some upgrades to sell it to guess who?
Your investment property was so good, it sold to another investor.
Your home is in a very desirable neighborhood. Agents have set up automated searches for “Redmond Ridge” so they can alert their buyers. To snag that eager buyer immediately your home’s presentation needs to be perfect.
This home sold on the same day it was listed.
Your condo is only as good as the condo complex. In this case, the Seattle Maple Leaf complex was well managed. The condo was in show-case condition. “Spotless, Secure Urban Sanctuary” summed it up well.
What had appealed to the seller also appealed to the seller. Both were women.
You bought the home only about two years ago. Now you are relocating for a new job. The key to selling this Bellevue Meydenbauer home profitably was to present it as new and different.
A new color scheme, new floors, and imaginative staging did the trick.
You’ve lived in the home for decades and are about to retire. Your kitchen is old-fashioned but in a charming way. Sometimes it is better to leave the renovations to the buyer. You’ve cultivated the garden of this Kenmore home for 40 years.
Rarely does the backyard sell the home. In this case, it did. With multiple offers no less.
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Your home has been featured on houzz.com. You renovated and enlarged the home extensively. You created an urban farmhouse just north of Seattle and started an architectural and lifestyle trend.
The last-minute addition of a bedroom on the first floor
made a big difference in the sale.
Your vacation home has become too much work for you. Buyers looking for vacation homes take their time. You must make them fall in love online.
For some young woman,
this Camano cottage was love at first sight.
Your Kirkland home would be perfect for an investor or a first-time buyer. The home needs work. However, your renovations would need to be extensive and your efforts may not pay off.
This neighborhood was perfect for dogs. So we left the real estate marketing to the owner’s Samoyed.
You value security more than anything. You live in an unincorporated area. You work from home in a high-tech job. You can’t afford to be without power. A generator is a must.
The natural gas generator clinched the sale. The buyer was a lot like the seller.
Your home may have more room to park all your cars than it has living space. Or your property may be a horse farm. Unique properties have many aspirational buyers. The actual buyer will be as unique as the property.