Published at Tuesday, April 09th, 2019 - 16:07:37 PM. Home Decoration. By Adelhard Peters.
When Bedgood moved his business to Atlanta, he took it up a notch. He added Facebook and Instagram pages to his Savannah-born outreach strategy. Rather than being a place for Bedgood to post listings, these social pages allow fans to share photos of local examples of the architectural style and discuss plans for updating their own midcentury homes. “I really didnt begin it as a business opportunity,” Bedgood says. “I thought of it as a community, an opportunity to put people together.” Eventually he brought this collection of like-minded individuals together in the real world. Bedgood now organizes events, often in the form of a cocktail party at the midcentury home of one of the online communities participants, once every quarter. He estimates that about 20 percent of the 50 transactions representing $15 million in sales that the team closed in 2017 were for midcentury modern properties. Succeeding as a style expert, he says, ultimately has less to do with the type of home style you choose than with your own zeal: “It needs to be a passion. I dont know that it would really work otherwise. You could do it, but it would be work—not fun.”
Listing agents have long had to manage the role of pets in selling a home, including removing smells, accessories, and even the pet themselves in the showing process. Many agents still follow that pattern but other prefer to downplay, rather than hide, all evidence from potential buyers. “I might leave a single leash hanging by a door because that might make a pet owner think of their animal and bring a smile to their face while not upsetting someone who doesnt like dogs,” says Kimberly Cantine, an associate real estate broker with Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty in the Hudson River Valley. Real estate salesperson Barb St. Amant with Atlanta Fine Homes, Sothebys International Realty, in Atlanta, prefers to cite the creature comforts available in online descriptions to stir interest in a listing rather than showcase them visibly.
Any content, trademark’s, or other material that might be found on the Mnresponsiblerec website that is not Mnresponsiblerec’s property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does Mnresponsiblerec claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.