Today’s real estate listings are far more informative and detailed. As media orientations changed, so have real estate listings. Real estate listings should include:
. Selling price
. Type of home, commercial or industrial structure
. Size of home and property if applicable
. Special Amenities
Perhaps, the most important item in a real estate listing is price. Generally, residential, commercial and industrial buyers will focus on the price before reviewing other details of the listing. Real estate listings are generally published according to price ranges. In addition, these listings might also include any specifics about type of mortgaging loan offered or other details pertinent to the purchase.
Buyers of real estate focus on the location of the home or commercial building. This may be due to changes in job or business location. Ideally, locations in real estate listings should emphasize whether it is a city or town and the land mass, population density and businesses within the locality.
Type of Home, Commercial or Industrial Structure
In the Toronto area, there’s a diverse mix of residential, commercial and industrial real estate available. Real estate listings for homes, for example, should indicate whether the home is a single or multiple family dwelling and whether it is a purchase, lease or rental. For commercial and industrial structures, the listing should include details such as single or multiple levels for purchase, lease or rental.
Size of Home and Property, If Applicable
Real estate listings should clearly indicate the square footage of a residential, commercial or industrial property. It may be necessary to indicate whether land is included. Many homes are sold without property included.
Schools, fire, police, medical and emergency services rank high among the amenities included in real estate listings. For families, a real estate listing might state the proximity of schools to the available home. For commercial and industrial facilities and properties, a real estate listing should indicate proximity to major thoroughfares.
The Most Comprehensive Methods for Listing Real Estate
Residential, commercial and industrial buyers have the option of “shopping” online. Real estate listings online often include “virtual tours” and other state-of-the-art media techniques that enhance the appeal of real estate offerings. It’s also possible to find the best locations for specific needs, as well as price, availability and details of amenities using a search engine. Note that many of today’s top real estate listings in the Toronto area are found online.