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〔Twitter不動産が続々と〕Tweal Estate/売主自らの挑戦も……
土地を自身で売ってみては

いかがですか。


From tearing down something old to the evolution of something new.

新しいものの発展は古いものを
取り壊すことから



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Spieser says last week instead of offering a realtor 10% for landing
the sale;
why not sell the land himself.

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http://twitter.com/Jspeiser25U

20-year-old James Spieser is heading off to basic training this July. The problem is, he’s stuck with a $155,000 piece of inherited property. Spieser says last week instead of offering a realtor 10% for landing the sale; why not sell the land himself.

Spieserは、realtorに10%を提供する代わりに、土地を彼自身で売ってはどうですか。 と言います!


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Sales shouldn’t be final until things are in writing and a contract
is signed.

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Marketing experts like Eric Loy say buyers should beware. Social networking sites are a communication tool first and foremost.
Sales shouldn’t be final until things are in writing and a contract is signed.

エリック・ロイのようなマーケティング・エキスパートは、買い手が注意するべきであると言います。
社会のネットワーキングするサイトは第一にコミュニケーション・ツールです。
事態が書面で、契約が調印されるまで、販売は最終であるべきではありません。




■Tweal Estate: Luring property buyers online through Twitter



http://www.wnct.com/nct/news/consumer/article/tweal_estate_luring_
property_buyers_online_through_twitter/35608/


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By ARTHUR MONDALE
Reporter
Published: April 14, 2009

From tearing down something old to the evolution of something new. In this case it’s the social networking website Twitter. People are using these sites to do more than stay in touch with friends. They are being creative and finding ways to make money. It’s called “Tweal Estate”.

And as one local seller put it, why pay a realtor 10% when you can find a potential buyer using several followers at the click of a button.

20-year-old James Spieser is heading off to basic training this July. The problem is, he’s stuck with a $155,000 piece of inherited property. Spieser says last week instead of offering a realtor 10% for landing the sale; why not sell the land himself.

“If you go through a local real estate agency around here—they’ve all got a website,” Speiser said. “Every listing they have online…This is one of those social networks that can do exactly that for me.“

Greenville’s Marketing Matters Incorporated owner Eric Loy says Twitter has an advantage over other social networking sites when it comes to attracting buyers. Unlike the others, Twitter creates what he calls a buying ripple effect.

“Of course the trick is building your network that are following your tweets,” Loy said.
“If I show five people something they may show five people more each,” Speiser said. “It’s going to expand word of mouth.“

Speiser recently offered a $2,000 reward to a follower who actually finds the buyer he hopes will speed up a sale. He says it’s too early to tell if he’ll sell the acre lot before he enters basic training, but in today’s market, “It’s no different than advertising with a real estate agent.”

Marketing experts like Eric Loy say buyers should beware. Social networking sites are a communication tool first and foremost. Sales shouldn’t be final until things are in writing and a contract is signed.


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