As an online flat fee broker and a real estate transaction platform, Reozom leverages technology as much as possible, including social media.
Our Reozom team posts every single one of our listings on Facebook. This immediately gets our seller’s property in front of Reozom’s growing Facebook community, while also giving our sellers the opportunity to easily Share their listing onto their own page.
Why Share your listing on Facebook?
Sharing your listing on Facebook gets the word out fast that your home is up for sale. Your listing’s Facebook post is basically a modern day property sign.
The average American has 350 Facebook friends. Combined with Reozom’s following and your own friends, upon being shared, your listing instantly gets in front of an average of 1,000 people.
Not to mention, Millennials (Gen Y) make up the largest share of home buyers at 32%. And 91% of Millennials use Facebook.
Ask your family & friends to Share it, too!
Recently, a Reozom seller shared her listing’s Facebook post and five of her Facebook friends followed suit.
In just one day, her listing got 1,559 views. Even better, Reozom’s analytics showed that 40 people were actually viewing her property online at the same time!
If 3-5 of your family or friends shared your listing, it could potentially reach 3,500+ people in just one day. The more friends you ask to share your listing, the better!
To Share your listing’s Facebook post:
Click the Share button within Reozom’s post of your listing
Press “Share Post Now”
And you’re DONE. The listing is now posted on your newsfeed.
If you want to write something specific about your listing:
Click the Share button on Reozom’s post
Write your description
Click the “Post” button
Reozom’s team cannot encourage our sellers enough to take action and share your listing on Facebook. It will be a few seconds very well spent!!!
- Infinite Dial 2014 report by Edison Research and Triton Digital
- 2015 National Association of Realtors Home Buyer and Seller Generational Trends
- By the Numbers: 200+ Amazing Facebook Statistics
ExpandedRamblings.com, February 2016, Craig Smith