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Have Your Home Listing Featured on The Washington Post’s New Real Estate Blog!

December 1, 2011  |  by Anne

Would you like to have your million dollar listing featured in the The Washington Post’s new real estate blog? MRIS has developed an exciting new editorial partnership with The Washington Post – and you get to benefit!

We’re looking for photos of the best, brightest and most unique homes in the D.C. and Baltimore Metro areas for a series of slideshows that will launch later this month. Starting in January, we’ll have a chance to showcase 5 new homes on a weekly basis!

If your listing meets any of the following criteria, please send it to Anne Hague (anne.hague@mris.net) by Friday, December 2nd at 4:00 p.m.!

  • Homes valued at $5 million or more
  • Condos valued at $2 million or more
  • Best homes for $1 million or less in MD, DC, VA
  • Best homes for $2 million in MD, DC, VA
  • Best homes for $3 million in MD, DC, VA

To have your listing featured, please include general location, listing price, MLS number, and any unique elements of the home for the caption.  You will need to provide approval for Washington Post to use your listing and five images from the MRIS data base.

 

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19 responses to “Have Your Home Listing Featured on The Washington Post’s New Real Estate Blog!”

  1. Tunara says:

    This is Great…Should have Positive Impact on High End Listings

  2. Doug Francis says:

    Anne, make sure photos are level… and don't appear to be sinking like this home appears to be!

  3. Anne: Nothing from West Virginia allowed, eh. Much of it is a whole lot closer to DC than most of Virginia. We have some lovely riverfront and estate homes listed, several at $1 million plus. We also have commuter train service to Union Station and the Md "Federal" suburbs.

    Carolyn Snyder, broker
    Snyder Bailey and Associates
    Martinsburg, WV http://www.snyderbailey.com

  4. Dave says:

    Can you say class action lawsuit. Awesome idea and when my town house seller wants to pay for the post and I tell them you can't because MRIS is discriminating against low end properties. This great idea will be vaporized. Make it available to anyone who pays and have the picture change every three seconds.

  5. Ilissa Flamm says:

    Hi, why were homes from $1M to $1.9 not included? Unique properties exist in all price ranges depending on the criteria.

  6. John says:

    This is ridiculous

  7. Julie Fox says:

    Shall we simply send the MRIS listing with some features mentioned ? Or would it be best to send a photo/area/MLS#,price, and comments?

  8. Julie Fox says:

    Shall we simply send the MRIS listing with some features mentioned? Or would it be best to send a photo/area/MLS#, price, and comments? Please answer so that I can make the deadline. Thanks.
    Julie Fox

  9. Shannon O'Farrell says:

    Hello, I tried sending you an email about 2 of our listings but the email bounced back. I tried re-sending as perhaps the photos were too large. I sent them in 2 emails… I hope you receive them by the 4pm deadline!

  10. Shannon O'Farrell says:

    Nope, I keep getting this error. Is there another email to try?

    Final-Recipient: rfc822;Anne.Hague@mris.net
    Action: failed
    Status: 5.2.3
    X-Display-Name: Anne Hague

  11. Jan Myers says:

    Sounds too good to be true!

  12. I have a gorgeous waterfront property on the Chesapeake Bay. The listing price is more than a million but less than $2 million. It has private beach, private and community pier, gated community, elevator, and a ton of other wonderful amenities. So I can't submit my listing? I agree; something is not quite right! Why not have categories each week according to price range to ensure all have an opportunity?

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