Show consumers your data is better than a website’s
07/28/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff
Can those online real estate price estimators be trusted? You know the truth, but consumers may not. Now there’s an easy way to explain to prospects and clients why these types of websites aren’t reliable sources for a property’s worth.
Read the latest issue of Texas REALTOR® magazine to learn how websites use automated valuation models (AVMs) to come up with those price estimates. Then, download this free one-page handout that shows why online price estimates are so unreliable using the websites’ own disclaimers. You’ll show consumers you’re the best resource for real estate information by sharing this handout on your social media accounts or downloading the flier to print your own copies.
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