PRE-INTERNET ERA:

Potential buyers contacted agents to see what homes were currently on the market & to get pricing of said homes.

Homes on the market were kept ‘secret’ exclusive to agents/brokers only.

 

BEGINNING OF INTERNET ERA: 

Client demands forced real estate companies to publish their own listings on their own websites.

The publishing of ALL listings (not just their own) quickly followed.

CURRENT INTERNET ERA:

Any home that is listed on the Multiple Listing Service is at your fingertips through 3rd party vendors such as Zillow & Realtor.com. You can search for homes, get pricing, photos & more without every contacting a Realtor.

What these 3rd party vendors cannot offer;

Off market properties through networking

An explanation of the current local market

An analysis of all the available information

Connecting the dots & letting you know if now is a good time to buy or the right time to sell