Tips to Write a Real Estate Listing Description that Sells


## Introduction

The listing description is one of the most important parts of a real estate listing. It’s the first thing a prospective buyer sees when they search for a home on Zillow, Trulia, Realtor.com or any other real estate website. If the listing description isn’t compelling enough, it can negatively impact the number of people who view the listing.

This guide will teach you how to write a compelling listing description that will help you sell more homes. You’ll learn:

– How to make your listing description stand out from the rest

– What to include and what to leave out

– When to use bullet points and when to use paragraphs

– The best way to structure your listing

– And much more!

If you’re a new real estate agent, this guide will also teach you the basics of listing descriptions, so that you can write a great listing description for your first listing. If you are an experienced agent, you can use this guide as a refresher on what to include or leave out in your listing descriptions. Either way, you will be able to write more compelling listing descriptions that will sell more listings.

## What is a listing?

A listing is a description of a home that is for sale on the real estate market. It includes information about the home, such as price, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, square footage, and more. A listing also includes contact information for the listing agent and the listing owner. The listing agent is the agent who represents the seller in the sale of the home. The owner is the person who owns the home and wants to sell it.

There are two types of listings: active and expired. An active listing is one that is currently on the market. An expired listing has been removed from the market and is no longer available for sale. You can see the status of a listing by visiting the listing page on the MLS (Multiple Listing Service), which is a database of all the homes for sale in a specific area. The MLS will tell you if the listing is active or expired.

## Why Write a Listing Descriptions

Listing descriptions are an important part of selling a home. They are the first impression a potential buyer has of your home, so they need to be compelling enough to get them to click on your listing and read the rest of the description. In addition, a good listing description can increase the likelihood that a buyer will make an offer on your home. It can also help you get more showings, which can lead to more offers and ultimately, a higher sale price.

Writing a compelling description can be a challenge, especially if you are new to real estate. In this guide, I’m going to teach you everything you need to know about writing a listing that will get the attention of potential buyers. I will also show you examples of great listing descriptions from real estate agents who have been selling homes for many years. You will learn how to structure a listing so that it is easy to read and understand, and how to use bullets and paragraphs to make it even more compelling.

## Who Should Read This Guide

You should read this guide if:

– You are a new agent and want to learn the basics about listing descriptions so you can start writing compelling descriptions for your listings

– An experienced agent who is looking for ways to improve their listing descriptions

– Anyone who wants to learn more about writing compelling real estate descriptions

## This guide is for you if…

1. You want to write compelling listings

2. You are interested in learning more about real estate marketing and sales

3. You would like to learn about the best ways to structure and format a listing

4. You like to write

5. You have a passion for real estate

6. You love to learn new things

7. You don’t like to read

8. You hate writing

9. You’re a perfectionist

10. You’ve never written a listing before

11. You just want to get started

12. You feel like you don’t have enough time to write great listings

13. You’d like to make more money as an agent

14. You think you’re a good writer, but you’re not

15. You need to improve your writing skills

16. You haven’t sold a home in a while and need to get back in the game

17. You already have a good understanding of real estate, but want to make sure you’re doing everything you can to sell your homes

18. You aren’t sure how to start

19. Your listings aren’t selling as well as they should

20. You know how to sell a home, but don’t know what to write about

21. Your listing descriptions aren’t as compelling as they could be

22. You find yourself writing the same listing description over and over again

23. You struggle to get your listings to show up on the first page of search results

24. Your clients are asking you to write better listing descriptions for them

25. You sell a lot of homes, but still have a lot to learn when it comes to writing listings

26. You wish you had more time to work on your business

27. You work with a realtor who is really good at writing listings, and you wish you could be as good as they are

28. You prefer to work with an agent who can help you write better listings

29. You believe that writing is a skill that can be improved upon

30. You write a lot, but aren’t very good at it

31. You get nervous when you write a listing description

32. You really want to be a great realtor, but are afraid that you won’t be good enough to do it

33. Your realtor is a great writer and you’d love to be like him or her

34. Your agent is great at writing listing descriptions, but they don’t want to share their secrets with you

35. You’d like to know how other agents write listing descriptions and how they get their listings to rank on the top of the search results

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