Monday, October 15, 2012
Savvy sellers should remove political signs if home is on market
No beef with Hensarling, but are these sellers nuts?!
DALLAS I doubt a piece of cardboard and a stake is going to turn off a prospective buyer, but would you want to risk it?
Apparently yes, at least for some people. I’ve passed several homes on my rounds through Dallas’ many upscale neighborhoods with not only a “For Sale” sign in the front yards, but large signs extolling their picks for public office.
To me, it doesn’t make sense. You put a ton of dough into staging a home so it will get top dollar, you hire an agent who knows the neighborhood and will list the house at a price that won’t have buyers scoffing or blowing coffee into their computer screens, and then you hire a photographer to come in and take great images of your home.
And then you potentially screw it all up by anchoring a 3-foot-square campaign sign at the convergence of a corner lot. Oh, and I have nothing against Jeb Hensarling. Just using this home/campaign as an example.
Maybe I’m overreacting. What do you think?
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