Coming Soon Marketing in Tooele County Utah

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Coming soon in Tooele UT

Today, we are talking about “coming soon marketing in Tooele County Utah”. It’s the next installment in our 5 part series featuring comments about a blog post we found online written by Bill Gassett @ Massachusetts Real Estate Exposure.

Unless you have recently tried to list a house or talked to an agent about home selling strategy you might not be familiar with the concept.

Many agents are promoting this method of getting your house sold so we thought we had better include this article along with our take on what Bill has to say.

The actual article appears below. If you don’t have time to read all of it, you can skip down to my summaries of the pros and the cons of this strategy to find out more.

But… before you do, get a quick evaluation about what your Tooele home is worth so you can see what’s at risk here. This is what we call a quick and dirty evaluation that is just designed to give you an idea and a comparison of other listings in the area. We would be happy to do a real evaluation for you on your property. Just ask.


Pros and Cons of Coming Soon Real Estate Marketing

Posted: 26 Mar 2018 04:07 AM PDT

A few of my clients over the past year have asked me what is coming soon real estate marketing and how does it work. If you have paid much attention to the real estate market lately, you have probably noticed “Coming Soon” on the occasional yard sign or certain Zillow listings. On the surface, the […]

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If you have read the article you know that the most common description for  “coming soon marketing” is “pocket listing”.

Further, that the concept creates a great opportunity for the existence of “dual agency”.

Here are some other comments and the pros and cons of the article in case you didn’t read it all.

Pros Of Coming Soon Marketing:

  1. Seller privacy increased
  2. Limits foot traffic through listing
  3. May create reduction of commission/fees.
  4. May meet criteria of known buyer
  5. Listing agent sells property

Cons Of Pocket Listing In Tooele Utah

  1. Limited Exposure

  2. Fewer Offers

  3. Risk of Dual Agency

  4. Creates Problems For Appraisals

  5. Creates Pocket Listing

My Take On Coming Soon Marketing in Tooele County Utah

I am not necessarily a proponent of coming soon marketing.

When I asked my broker to review this post, his comments were enlightening.

I agree with much of the basic strategy, although doing it Monday-Sat will generate a nice fine from the mls, as well as a possible throat punch from buyers agents. He does miss one very important piece-appraisal. Multiple offers are great, if they are realistic. It actually make decisions harder on seller. The highest offer may not end up being the best in actual dollars-leaving dollars on the table!

Your agent may have had success with selling homes in Tooele County that way, but I guess I’m old fashioned. I will stick with what has worked for me for over 25 years and helped me help 100s of clients along the way.

If you are interested, read “what I do to sell your home” on my website & see what you think.

If you have an agent, it should give you a way to evaluate the services you are getting. If you don’t have representation, I’d like to apply for that job.

Find out about me @ about Berna Sloan, and if you want more proof of what I know about this business, read some of my posts about Tooele County real estate.

Then, buzz me up; Berna Sloan 435-840-5029. We can talk about more than coming soon marketing for Tooele County Utah.