Clearwater, FL (PRWEB) September 15, 2013
Short sale marketing for real estate agents is now available from real estate internet marketing and web development company, ARME Realty.com. A significant amount of homes across America are currently involved in the foreclosure process. There are stories in the news about hundreds of these homes that are either being lived in unpaid for or sitting abandoned.
In the current economic condition, the average home takes between two and five years to finish foreclosure proceedings. For many individuals facing this situation the option of a short sale is a way out. Real estate professionals are trying to sell these homes as fast as they can. By having an advertising strategy that could reach a larger audience, home sales could rise for the short sale industry.
"ARME Realty.com is dedicated to the development of the real estate industry online. Our goal is to recreate the market using the internet. A very large portion of the real estate industry is currently selling short sale homes. It is in our companies' best interest to offer our services to such a large audience. Short sale marketing for real estate agents is based upon eyeballs. We need to have as many people viewing these properties as possible. By using internet marketing services like virtual tour marketing and press release marketing, we can showcase the properties to the masses," states Simon Landers, spokesperson.
Mr. Landers continues, "Marketing a property using services such as these allows ARME Realty.com to distribute videos and articles about the property to hundreds of media and news outlets across the country. This is a huge benefit to advertising properties that only have so much time to sell. Local advertising is a common method of advertising used to bring interested buyers. The amount of people that can be reached advertising using the internet is so much greater."
If you are interested in learning more about short sale marketing for real estate agents and the services provided by ARME Realty.com please call (727) 459-8841 and speak with an agent.