This week’s Q&A column is written by David Howell, Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer, of McEnearney Associates Realtors®, the leading real estate firm in Alexandria. To learn more about this article and relevant market news, contact David at 703-738-9513 or email [email protected]. You may also submit your questions to McEnearney Associates via email for response in future columns.
Question: What is full market exposure?
Answer: Full market exposure means that every qualified buyer has full access to every home on the market for sale, because property listings are in BRIGHT MLS — our region’s Multiple Listing Service. With the MLS and our affiliation with Leading Real Estate Companies of the World®, your home instantly distributes to more than 50,000 websites regionally and around the world. No matter the listing brokerage, your benefit is much greater if you publicly market your home.
At McEnearney Associates, our responsibility is to represent our clients with honesty, integrity and professionalism. We took an oath with the National Association of Realtors® to uphold this promise. We strongly believe it is in the best interest of our clients to give equal access to all homes — not only to protect equal housing opportunities, but also for our clients to maximize their investments in a time of record-low inventory.
We are proud to be the trusted real estate advisor for more than forty years by making our clients’ best interests our number one priority. Ask your McEnearney Associate why full market exposure is the best way to market your home — through ALL companies and ALL Realtors®.
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