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Funny For Sale Signs

July 6, 2012  |  by Anne

Our friends at NAR and the Wall Street Journal have been a buzz talking about about creative yard signs and their ability to create instant interest among potential homeowners.

Incorporating these ironic descriptions to for-sale signs is two-fold in my opinion.  There is the obvious attention it gets as something different, but utilizing these creative signs also offers clients an insight to your personality.  If they like your humor, they will most likely enjoy working with you in the future.

Would you ever think of taking this approach to marketing your listings?

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10 responses to “Funny For Sale Signs”

  1. Boyd says:

    Interesting approach to marketing. Would work well , with the right person, at the right time, on the right property.

  2. Absolutely! Ever since Too Late! I have been looking for alternatives to the norm.

  3. Mike says:

    Would "not haunted" risk truth in advertising violation if it were haunted?

  4. joeshaver says:

    A Great Creative Idea! Signs are meant to do one thing,Generate Interest. I bet people driving by notice the property and most likely mention to other people. Also guessing most people want to learn more about the home and stop to grab a brochere.

  5. Peggy James says:

    I haven't used them on my main sign, however I had custom Exit Realty OPEN HOUSE signs made that appeal to a buyers emotions. I line them up on the way to the home… " Come on… aren't you just a little curious?", "This is the home you've been dreaming of!" and "Owners are movtivated for a Quick Sale" and " VA No Money Down Will Work on This Home!", "This home is like new inside…" and so on… I used and they cost $18 each.

  6. Makes me think of new signs to use, great idea to help you stand out from the Crowd

  7. Tess says:

    Would this offend other Sellers?………..the opposite

  8. Lorena says:

    interesting article. Thanks Peggy for where to get signs.

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