Open House Signage

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Here is an interesting take on Open House Signage. What do you think?

– pricing is right on it
– free notepads

Add your thoughts in the comments.

8 Answers

  1. Shane Gibson
    8/4/2008 at 9:25 am

    I like it. It can do a couple things. Firstly maybe I’ve been looking in another area and not this one because I “thought” I was priced out of the market but I realize that this may work. Also maybe I don’t have time today, and I can’t be bothered to put the agent’s number in my phone but I grab a note pad with their number on it so I can call them later. Posting the price could also help qualify walk-ins (it’s on the net anyway).

  2. Raul
    8/4/2008 at 9:36 am

    I’m with Shane. I like it too. I actually think that being so forthright about the pricing is actually good. Also, it’s good that they offer the free pads, to write their number and/or write important data about the property.

  3. Stephen Jagger
    8/4/2008 at 9:51 am

    @ Shane and Raul – I agree, I really like the pricing on the sign. I wish more Realtors did that. As for the pads, interesting move. Different. Either way, it got me to video tape it and post it on my blog. I bet that is exposure the agent was not expecting.

  4. Tom Everitt
    8/5/2008 at 11:13 am

    Not bad but it also kinda’ seems like the realtor needs to get rid of some crap so he’s left it outside in a little basket.

    Reminds me of the guy down the street with the ‘free stuff’ sign on his front lawn.

  5. Shane Gibson
    8/8/2008 at 12:21 pm

    @Larry Good question… “Would I list with this guy?” The branding is weak. Maybe a nicer stand for the pads (as per Tom’s comment) as it does look a little hokey. The idea is good but the execution is bad. So no I probably wouldn’t list with him based solely upon this.

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