Category: For Sale Signs

  • Each year, the National Association of Realtors produces a study that shows how buyers found the home they purchased. The study includes those listing without an agent or realtor, and those listing with. In the most recent survey [http://www.realtor.org/sites/default/files/Highlights-NAR-HBS-2013.pdf], it showed 11% of buyers found their home through a yard sign or open house.  So should you use a for sale sign? YES! Let's take a look at some more details. The fact that more than 1 out of every

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  • In most areas, we use local post companies to post our signs. These aren't listing FSBO post companies, but rather the same companies agents in your area use. Typically, these companies require two business days notice to install the post and sign. We typically ask for the sign to be installed the day you go live on the MLS. If you would like a different installation date, please let us know by sending an email to info@homebay.com. In certain rural areas, post companies are not available. I

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  • Here is what the Home Bay For Sale sign [https://www.homebay.com/tips/do-fsbos-need-a-for-sale-sign/] looks like. We think it's a massive improvement over the cheesy listing FSBO signs of the past!

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  • One of the many perks of working with Home Bay is that you get afor sale sign [https://www.homebay.com/tips/do-fsbos-need-a-for-sale-sign/] when you list with us. Read on to learn how we get your sign to you and how soon after you come on board that we post it in your yard. Part of our on boarding process is to ask you whether you want a sign from us. Unless you specify otherwise, we typically wait to have the sign posted until your home is ready to go live on the major real estate websites and

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  • To add your phone number to a Home Bay For Sale sign [https://www.homebay.com/resources/how-to-customize-a-homebay-for-sale-sign/], you would purchase a real estate sign rider online or through a local sign company. They typically cost about $30. An example is shown below. This example features an older design of our sign. Check out the new design [https://www.homebay.com/resources/what-does-the-homebay-for-sale-sign-look-like/] . Local sign companies often work with those selling without a

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  • You can customize a Home Bay For Sale sign [https://www.homebay.com/resources/what-does-the-homebay-for-sale-sign-look-like/] by purchasing a real estate sign rider. Example sign riders might show your phone number, pool, coming soon, price reduced, etc.All of our sign posts have a slot at the top where you can add a rider of your choosing. With the exception of adding your phone number to your yard sign [https://www.homebay.com/resources/how-to-add-your-phone-number-to-a-homebay-for-sale-sign

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  • How do I get Open House signs?

    By Home Bay

    Posted on July 20th, 2016

    Open house signs are widely and inexpensively available online and elsewhere. This blog post [https://www.homebay.com/tips/need-open-house-signs-heres-where-to-find-them/] details all of your options.

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  • When your home is marked sold in our system, we automatically notify the sign post company to remove the sign. Removal typically takes two business days. If you would like the sign removed earlier, please email us at help@homebay.com. Any by the way, congratulations! You've proven that listing FSBO works. Sell without an agent, no problem. You did it, and your commission savings were great.

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  • We do not put up pending signs. The reason traditional brokers do so is because it shows everyone in the neighborhood that they successfully got the home into escrow. This helps the agent get future listings. But the pending sign is not good for the seller. The reason is, by national statistics, 22% of escrows fall apart. As the seller, you want to continue to collect the contact information from interested buyers and encourage backup offers so you have a strong plan B to defer to if anything h

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