Tuesday, 22 October 2019
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3 Tips to Increase Open Houses Traffic

Written by Posted On Tuesday, 08 October 2019 16:10

1. Use More Signs
Nobody can come to your open house if they can’t find it. Forgetting the people who saw your open house marketing efforts, signs are also helpful for drawing-in drive-by traffic. We know agents that use 10+ signs to advertise their open house, and guess what—they’re very successful. The more signs the more chance people will see them. The better-placed they are also increases your odds, so be sure to secure some sign real estate at major intersections and near popular nearby attractions like convenience store or popular park.In addition to drawing traffic for that specific open house, it also gets your name out there and makes you look like a rockstar-level real estate agent—you’ve got properties and signs all over town!

2. Facebook it!
You’re on Facebook, and so are your potential customers. Post all your open houses on your social media accounts, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc., and kindly ask your ‘friends’ to share the news on their profiles. You’d be surprised how often a simple request, with a please and thank you, to share your content will work. Make a positively-worded announcement earlier on in the week, the day before and the day of the open house . Three announcements however is the max number of posts, because no one likes to be spammed.

3. Flyer the Neighbourhood
Creating a flyer to distribute in the neighbourhood about the listing is still one of the best ways to get the word out. No, the people you deliver it to aren’t likely to buy the house—but they may have friends or family they want to move into their neighbourhood. They also might be protective over who becomes their new neighbour, so they will actively promote your open house to people in their own social circles. Make the flyers a kind invitation to come check out your open house, and invite them bring their friends and family.

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Mark Kunce


KW Global Property Specialist

2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 Top KW Cares Donor

2012 Cultural Icon for Southern CA


Mark grew up in a family involved in Real Estate Sales and Development and brings over 30 years of Real Estate experience to the Team. Mark is a remodeling expert and possesses strong working knowledge of carpentry, plumbing, electrical, and design. Mark heads up our REO division and works closely with many of our Financial Clients to maximize profitability. Having proudly served our Country as a United States Marine, he mastered discipline, leadership, organizational skills, and the mental toughness that is often required in Real Estate. Mark has a Masters of Education degree and has applied his teaching skills in the United States, Japan, and Mexico. He brings great knowledge, understanding, strength, and professionalism to the Team in representing your interests. Mark has traveled to Washington DC, and attended Fannie Mae Congressional hearings dealing with the distressed housing market. He was recently an expert guest on The Michael E. Gerber Show and joined a select group of business experts and entrepreneurs to collaborate and co-write the business and marketing book titled Trendsetters: The World’s Leading Experts Reveal Top Trends To Help You Achieve Greater Health, Wealth and Success!

Keller Williams San Diego Metro - The My Home Team, formerly known as the San Diego My Home Team, has expanded our operations to now cover all of San Diego County and the Palm Springs area. Our brokerage has also expanded to its new location in Coronado with more new locations to come… In addition to being one of top teams in these areas, our passion and desire is to help local and national charities. In 2011 Dan Becker was named Keller Williams San Diego Metro Cultural Icon, and in 2013 Mark Kunce was named KW Cultural Icon for Southern California. These awards are for our work and contributions to KW culture and to our communities. Some of the organizations that we donate to and work with are KW Cares, The Youth Housing Project, Normal Heights Community Association, the Wounded Warrior Project, and the Wave Academy (Aquatic Therapy Education and Research for Military Personnel and Veterans diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). We believe in giving back. Thanks to you we can. 2016, Mark became the director of Keller Williams San Diego Metro Real Estate School
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