Real Estate Video Advertisements – 3 Components For an Effective Real Estate Listing Video Advertisements


Real estate agents have a hard enough time selling homes, let alone buying them. However, what if you were able to use video to make an even bigger impact on the buying public? Would people be more inclined to take a second look at Apartamentos En Arriendo En Medellín listings? Or, would they just give up the search and move on to the next agent on their list? Here s how things might get started.

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Facebook Ads:

When people use Facebook, there is no limit to how much they can say something. So, when you can put a real estate ad on Facebook and post a catchy headline, then that might be enough to attract attention. Just a catchy headline plus a few sentences about why the real estate market in your area is “unstuck” (which could be some brawny quote from one of Bill Gates or Tiger Woods – I am not telling whom) plus the state of the economy in your particular area and the kind of housing trends there are, will get you lots of views. But again, it will do little to no actual selling.


Another great way to get potential buyers to your site is to offer free, brief, good quality content in your real estate listing descriptions. I don’t know if you have noticed, but listings on Craiglist tend to attract attention. People who post on Craiglist tend to either say something very good about the property they want, or are looking for someone to sell properties for them. So, if you are using real estate listings on Craiglist, chances are good you will sell properties.

Use Descriptive Words:

What do those big blue eyes mean? Do you need two examples? Well, they are both good examples. For example, if you list a house for sale in Scottsdale, Arizona, you need to tell potential buyers exactly what the house looks like so they can picture themselves living in it. Then, when they do show interest, you can use descriptive words that will draw further attention and interest to your real estate.

Be Specific:

It goes without saying that if you are going to use real estate ads to attract potential buyers, you need to be specific. For example, if you are listing a condo unit in Scottsdale, Arizona, you need to tell potential buyers exactly what the dimensions are and if they have access to a car garage. Be specific. And, remember that people who are looking for a house in Scottsdale often don’t have transportation. So, just as with Craiglist, you should be descriptive and specific.


Lastly, if you want people to come across your real estate listing video ads in the first place, you need to brand yourself. You can do this by including the contact information (Phone/Email Address) in the description of the property. You can also include, “We’re offering great incentives” and so on. Don’t worry about the grammar because it will not come across as grammatically incorrect. Just make sure that the information is clear, concise, and easy to read. Hopefully, after reading this article, you now know how important it is to incorporate the three important components described above.