HILTON HEAD/BEAUFORT, SOUTH CAROLINA—March 23, 2006
Out-of-Area buyers are biting on Lowcountry HomeReview listings. In the past month, Lowcountry Lifestyles Group, MARS, The Real Estate Store had an out-of-area buyer contact them through HomeReview and come in to buy a $690,000 property. The buyer paid cash, and the deal closed in just 10 days.
The same is true for Marcia Hunter of Sea Pines Real Estate Company, who had a couple from California contact her through Lowcountry HomeReview. The couple went to contract on an $800,000 home as a direct result of that HomeReview lead. Meanwhile, the Marshall Team, Gateway Realty, have had four condo sales that they attribute to HomeReview online leads.
These sales aren’t flukes; many realtors have seen similar successes in recent months. “I have been very pleased with the response I have gotten from Lowcountry HomeReview,” said Tisha Chafer of The Real Estate Store. “Not only have I received quality leads, but I have had three leads in the past year turn into closings. This is by far the best return on my advertising investments to date.”
“When I began using HomeReview, I didn’t imagine that I would get leads so quickly after the listings were entered on the website,” said Tom Jackson of Gateway Realty. “HomeReview does an outstanding job of keeping the website current and up-to-date. I can directly attribute some of my success to advertising in HomeReview.”
About Lowcountry HomeReview
Lowcountry HomeReview targets out-of-area buyers of resort and lifestyle property in Hilton Head, Beaufort, Bluffton and surrounding areas. Listings are featured on the HomeReview website as well as the New York Times and Wall Street Journal’s real estate websites, and in a companion print guide.
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