Realtor Randy Mann

Social media, technology key strategies for today’s home sellers

Community knowledge, involvement brings experience home

When it comes time to sell your home, it pays to have a realtor with proven experience and market knowledge on your side. Pair that with an innovative approach uniquely designed for today’s market and result is a home that sells faster and for top dollar.

That realtor is Randy Mann.

Tech and social media savvy: Recognizing that technology and social media has drastically changed how people shop for homes, today’s top realtors take advantage of all the opportunities those changes offer, says the award-winning realtor from Randy Mann Homes.

The No. 1 agent with RE/MAX Blueprint Realty, and one of the Fraser Valley’s top-selling realtors, Mann was also named by the Surrey Now-Leader as one of the region’s top business people.

“We maximize the attention we bring to your property, meaning more views of the listing, more visitors to your home and better offers,” he says.

Complementing his extensive professional network is Mann’s commitment to showcasing each listing to its best advantage.

“I’m very social media savvy, so our listings can get up to 15,000 hits, and If people see your home, there’s a bigger chance they’re going to come view it,” says Mann, a Lower Mainland native and longtime North Delta resident.

Beyond social media, today’s home listings need a full visual package, Mann says, noting that most people don’t call their realtor to visit a home until they’ve fully explored it online, including home and neighbourhood photos, video, streetscape, amenities and more.

That’s why Mann’s listings each include professional photography and videography, plus a 360-degree tour, allowing prospective buyers a great look at the home before stepping through the door.

Community roots: Mann’s success is rooted in his deep community roots. After growing up in Vancouver, he and his family have called the North Delta area home since the mid-1990s. It’s here and Surrey where he focuses both his real estate business and extensive community involvement.

“The biggest reward I get is in the community service I do,” Mann reflects, pointing not only to the sports teams he supports and school scholarships he awards, but initiatives like the North Delta Community Corner Facebook site developed as a place for neighbours to connect – more than 9,000 members and growing! Through Randy Mann Homes he also feeds 100 people Christmas dinner each year.

“Community is where it’s at. It’s what supports my business and feeds my kids, and if I’m in a position to give back to by neighbours, I will,” Mann says. “It’s just the way life should be.”

Learn more at randymannhomes.com or call Randy Mann today at 604-839-MANN (6266).

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