In today’s property market, a vendor selling their high-end property is looking to have their property marketed in a different, more creative way than most traditional estate agents may be used to. What’s more, discretion is often key.
With over nine million property searches reportedly taking place per month you would think that to have an online presence is the obvious way to showcase your home, or is it? In certain areas of the country, like the county of Rutland, some homes are sold without coming onto the market. So, how is this done if your buyer is travelling some distance to see their next property purchase but can’t see it online and a file of the bespoke brochure or virtual tour won’t load onto their mobile phone without causing endless frustration.
A moving market
This is where buying some small, yet post worthy USBs from www.usbmakers.com come in. They can be branded with your company logo and loaded with the head turning brochure in a PDF format that will automatically load to your tablet or PC instead of needing additional software. You could also pre-load the USBs with interactive floor plans, local information and a virtual tour. What’s more, this portable brochure could easily be popped in your buyer’s pocket or handbag to take with them when seeing friends, discussing their renovation ideas with their architect or sitting down with their interior designer to go through colours and fabrics.
This portable storage version of a property brochure could also be used to save other property related documents, spreadsheets and apps once your buyer has agreed a purchase on their intended new home and have as a reference for years to come.
A permanent keepsake
What would your vendor get out of this? Well perhaps a lighter bill to pay when a USB stick can be considerably cheaper than a bespoke brochure. It could also be used as a keepsake for the home they once had and a complete library of the all professional photographs that were taken. Using USBMakers photography focussed products on www.USB4Photographers.com you could place a branded USB stick into a wooden presentation gift box. This style can be printed in spot colour, full colour or laser engraved as well as having a sliding lid version from their premium range that can also hold some 4 x 6 prints. Alternatively, their card gift boxes have a magnetic lid and can be printed in spot of full colour – an ideal blank canvas that can be branded.