Picture yourself looking to buy a new house. It takes just a few clicks to take a quick glance and just a few seconds to get impressed by an eye-catching photo. Research has shown that more than 95% of users viewed the first photo for a total of 20 seconds¹. Therefore, the camera of your smartphone is not an option while trying to grab the potential buyers' attention. Great presentation can have up to 61% more online views according to a 2010 Redfin study². Get your property presented like "the dream house".
Latest posts 4 posts are available until now
No matter how few buyers are due to the crisis, there's a category of real estate properties for which the number of emails sent from potential buyers worldwide has significantly increased. Surprisingly, these properties are those offered at high selling prices, usually exceeding € 2,000,000. The problem is that, in most cases, the people behind these emails are far from who they claim to be.
We have all heard a lot about how the financial crisis started and when it is going to end and what we hear is most times conflicting and confusing. However, the worst is believed to have passed while there is only one certain thing; that nothing lasts forever.
As crisis continues, Greek real estate constructors have reduced selling prices by less than 10%, as due to previous years' earnings they can afford to keep prices high. Still, there is a large number of well underpriced bargains out there, coming mostly from private sellers and second-hand properties.