How do I get the word out?
I own a 4Bd/3Ba luxury home in the Wine Country area of California; a definite destination area with proximity to hundreds of wineries, dozens of brewhouses (including Russian River Brewing – maker of the designated best beer in the world – Pliney the Younger, and a multitude of fine dining venues. Less than an hour’s drive will put you in some wonderful places, such as Bodega Bay on the California coast (where Alfred Hickcocks’ movie “The Birds” was filmed; the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco; amazingly majestic Redwood forests, lakes, river, golf, cannabis, Las Vegas-style gaming and much more amid Tuscany like vineyard and oak covered rolling landscapes.
The house, currently listed for sale, is extremely private with panoramic views and nearby conveniences that make for a premier vacation rental opportunity. You can see for yourself by visiting http://www.4455mounttaylordrive.com .
It would make a great second home for anyone wanting to enjoy all that Sonoma County has to offer and should generate over a 10% cap rate as a vacation rental while the owner is not in residence.
My question to you is, “How do I get the word out to the most likely pool of potential buyers”?
Three great ways to get the word out about your FSBO is to list on sites, talk to real estate investors in your area, and list your home on Facebook Marketplace. Once your home is listed in FB Marketplace, you can boost the listing to advertise to people in your area for as little as $10.
Here is a list of the listing sites you should consider with a section on FB Marketplace >> https://fitsmallbusiness.com/best-for-sale-by-owner-sites-fsbo/
Hope this helps…Diana
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