Part 2: Law of Attraction and Real Estate – The Dating Game

How To Attract Buyers To Your Property

Part 2:  Law of Attraction and Real Estate – The Dating Game

Do you believe in the law of attraction?  I am sure you have seen the commercials for dating sites such as eHarmony and Match.com?    Such sites claim to have studied ways to match two individuals based upon various laws of attraction – the dating game.  To understand the art of attraction - as discussed in Part 1 of How to Attract Buyers to Your Property – What is Attraction? - is a nice way to understand just how the law of attraction relates to real estate.  

It is a fact that all of us are attracted to real estate.  For instance, we all desire a roof over our heads and that of our family.  We all desire a warm, comfortable home.  We all desire real estate that is affordable, within our budget.  Though styles, locations, motivating factors and budgets may vary, we are all attracted to real estate. 

Many sites are available to hone in on our real estate attraction.  Popular sites such as Realtor.com, Zillow and Trulia attempt to match a buyer with a seller – the dating game.  By means of listing hundreds of available properties in a general area, the buyer is able to search hundreds of properties to try to locate the one property that attracts them.  Why spend hours browsing hundreds of properties and searching the internet for real estate that you are not attracted to – that do not fit your lifestyle, wants, needs or budget?   

It’s my goal to match you with the best possible home based upon your law of attraction – the dating game.  If you are a home owner, a seller consultation is arranged at your convenience to determine the law of attraction for your property and how to attract the right qualified buyer.  If you desire to purchase a home, a buyer consultation is the key to having the best home shopping experience possible.  I am eager to meet with you.  To set up your FREE consultation, visit http://www.pictureperfecthouse.com or contact me directly at (214) 727-7067.