(PRWEB) August 24, 2013
Featuring extensive search capabilities in a clean, user-friendly format, the website blends a sleek online presence with a wonderfully fresh approach to new home research. It is the “go-to” link for local new home information, including builder profiles, neighborhood descriptions, current standing inventory, photo galleries, and detailed maps.
Specifically designed to quickly put real estate professionals in the know, http://www.CharlotteNewHomeLink.com offers visitors quick and easy access to a robust database of area home builders, new home neighborhoods and available standing inventory. The product line also features mobile and social media components, as well as a print data supplement designed exclusively for real estate professionals.
According to Louise Try, owner of parent company Try Marketing Inc., “Our goal is to connect real estate agents to builders by streamlining reliable, up-to-date, local ‘new’ home information to area agents quickly, in a comprehensive, easy-to-use format that they can relate to. Visitors to the website can refine their new home search by MLS Area, Builder, Neighborhood, City, Price, Type and more.”
“Our goal is to offer plenty of valuable information conveniently at your fingertips," says Amy Ballard, sales director for The Greater Charlotte New Home Link. “Our website gives visitors the opportunity to virtually explore our growing database of area builders, neighborhoods and their available homes. And, we have an edge by being a local site that serves local real estate agents and their customers, regardless of their starting point. We’ve already had excellent feedback.”
Innovatively designed, The Greater Charlotte New Home Link's website presents relevant information and value-added features, including an RSS Recent Real Estate News feed, builder and neighborhood profiles, beautiful new home photo galleries, products and services, mortgage information and helpful real estate articles.
With its option to “Search Available Homes and Quick-Move-In-Ready Homes,” http://www.CharlotteNewHomeLink.com is ideal for agents representing home shoppers working within specific time frames. This thoughtful capability allows agents to save time and money with quick, one-stop shopping for new homes and neighborhoods.
Another significant feature of the website is its direct communication facility for real estate agents and new home on-site agents. Real estate agents are able to easily share builders’ neighborhood information with clients, as well as set appointments and request further information on those clients’ behalf.
“We are excited to offer our array of digital and print new home products to area builders and real estate agents,” Try continues. “When the housing market went into steep decline in 2007, a large portion of marketing was eliminated, including communication of reliable data from builders to area real estate agents, who can account for up to 70% of area home sales. Our purpose at The Greater Charlotte New Home Link is to ‘link’ builders and real estate agents. Both builders and real estate agents have expressed satisfaction at having a viable new vehicle designed for them to communicate and share data, to their mutual benefit.”
Founded in 1994 and located in Charlotte, NC, Try Marketing Inc. is a known and respected publishing company. As original publisher/owner of The Greater Charlotte New Home Guide and The Greater Charlotte New Home Inventory Guide (both titles sold in October 2000, to PriMedia), and current publisher/owner of The Greater Charleston New Homes Guide, Try is excited to be publishing again in Charlotte, where her company can be of service to area home builders and real estate agents with The Greater Charlotte New Home Link and http://www.CharlotteNewHomeLink.com.
"We're new,” she says, “but not really. It is a true pleasure to work with many of my same customers I started with in 1994. Builders are resourceful, creative and some of the hardest-working people I know. It’s great to be able to help ‘link’ them with other hard-working professionals … to build more homes ... to sell more homes ... to create more happy homeowners."