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|From: Elizabeth Magill (pastorlizverizon.net)|
|Date: Sat, 30 Jan 2010 07:36:28 -0800 (PST)|
Here at Sawyerhill we are still on the first round of sales, not resales, but I'd imagine the goals for collaborative marketing are the same.
Coho.org has been a steady source of interest for us, as has ic.org.We also get hits off google ads very regularly. Those link to your website, so it helps if that is in good shape first. It should have a link to the homes for sale on the front page and the prices and details about the homes. Don't forget the equal housing logo.
Despite advice to the contrary, we have found that the local classifieds brings people out. Advertise the community, and then we rotate which specific property.
Flyers in places that match your demographic are also effective for us.The other thing that helps us, once people arrive, is to be very clear on what are the distinctive benefits of each different property. How are they different from each other, and how are they the same. If you have only different sizes that won't matter as much, but if you have a few the same size its good to be able to explicitly say "this one has this good thing and that one has that good thing".
-Liz (The Rev.) Elizabeth M. Magill www.sawyerhill.org We'd love to have you as a neighbor! On Jan 29, 2010, at 11:20 PM, PattyMara Gourley wrote:
On Fri, Jan 29, 2010 at 7:25 PM, Karen Kudia <kkudia [at] peoplepc.com> wrote:PattySure are pricey, given the recession and 33% loss in residential marketvalue. How come so many for sale?Hi Karen, thanks for your comments. Our homes are priced competitively for the current California beach market. To help with affordability, many of our homeowners have chosen to rent portions of their homes. It has provento be very successful. To answer your question why 'so many are for sale': mostly. lifestylechanges, including an elder couple who moved to residential care, a familyof four who need a larger single story home to care for their disabled daughter, a single woman who misses her friends in a nearby town. My husband and I are retiring to where we can fish for trout every day.Tierra Nueva is experiencing a turnover, yes, but also a renaissance of participation and commitment. It is a perfect time to enter the community now in this time of flux to re-energize and create new bonds of friendshipand cooperation (very close to the beach!). PattyMara -- Our cohousing home is for sale: http://bigbrick.com/52510 http://tncoho.com/available/1742 www.pattymara.1000markets.com "Luminous beings are we . . . not this crude matter." --Yoda _________________________________________________________________ Cohousing-L mailing list -- Unsubscribe, archives and other info at: http://www.cohousing.org/cohousing-L/
Collaborative Marketing PattyMara Gourley, January 29 2010
Collaborative Marketing Karen Kudia, January 29 2010
- Re: Collaborative Marketing PattyMara Gourley, January 29 2010
- Re: Collaborative Marketing Rob Sandelin, January 30 2010
- Re: Collaborative Marketing Michael Barrett, January 30 2010
- Collaborative Marketing Karen Kudia, January 29 2010
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