How to Share Details About Your Home Listing

You’ve officially added your home to the real estate market; now, you just need to generate interest among family members, friends and others who may consider purchasing your house.

Fortunately, there are many great ways to share an online home listing with others, including:

1. Facebook

As soon as your home listing becomes available online, feel free to share it via Facebook, a leading social network among men and women of all ages.

Sharing a link to your home listing via Facebook enables you to provide information about your residence to friends and family members instantly. Plus, Facebook enables your friends and family members to share your post with others, further increasing your reach.

Don’t be afraid to include high-resolution photos with your Facebook posts, too. This will improve your chances that your Facebook posts will be noticed, and ultimately, could help you garner attention from prospective homebuyers.

Also, each Facebook post should consist of one to two sentences. Ensure that each Facebook post is easy to understand and encourages readers to click on the link to view your home listing, and you may find that a large variety of homebuyers could become interested in your residence.

2. Twitter

With only 140 characters at your disposal, sharing information about your house via Twitter may seem nearly impossible. However, those who understand what it takes to put together a great tweet could generate significant interest in their homes by using this social media platform.

Typically, a great Twitter post should include a brief description that explains your home is now available. You also may want to highlight one feature of your home (like the style of your house, where it is located or the number of bedrooms it offers) and include a call to action that encourages readers to click on the link to view your home listing.

Like a Facebook post, you will want to incorporate a high-resolution image into your tweet as well. Remember, a picture is worth a thousand words, and a first-rate picture of your home’s exterior may encourage dozens of interested homebuyers to evaluate your home listing.

3. Email

Have friends and family members who shy away from social media? No worries, as you can send them a link to your online home listing any time you choose.

If you send an email to a friend or family member, be sure to include a clear, concise subject line. This will allow you to minimize the risk that your message could wind up in a recipient’s junk email folder.

Furthermore, be sure to include your real estate agent’s contact information in your email. Because if a homebuyer knows how to reach your real estate agent, he or she can contact this real estate professional to set up a home showing immediately.

An online home listing increases your house’s visibility. And if you share your online home listing with others, you may be able to increase interest in your home accelerate the home selling process.