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Marlene Maxon with RE/MAX Alliance, Arvada, takes the long view. It’s not just about making the sale today, it’s also about winning the listing tomorrow.

“Everyone that you touch, if you do your job right, will have 7-8 referrals in the next 24 months and that’s your end goal,” she says.

In this hot market, other agents might be tempted to forego the photos, but not Maxon. Pro photos by Mediamax offer her “a great showcase for future references.”

I wrote about stocking your “trophy case” with beautiful, professional photos in a previous post. But here it is again from an agent who’s in the top 1% in the nation for transactions:

“I showcase your pictures when I’m going out and pitching against other agents for listings because of the quality of the photographs,” Maxon says.

If you lack of a “trophy case,” it could be used against you.

“The reality of it is you have to set yourself apart and one of the things I do to set myself apart in the listing presentation is talk about the photography that I use,” she says.

Maxon also appreciates our “client interface – the entire customer service experience not only with me but with my clients.”

Her go-to guy is Senior Photographer Matt Swinden.

“He’s so polite. His interfacing with the public is amazing,” she says. If a client specifically asks for shots of “the flower garden in the back because that’s their love of this property, he will accommodate that and do it. He just couldn’t be better and his eye is amazing.”

If you’re looking to set yourself apart, in your listing presentation and beyond, go with the real estate photographers who deliver quality plus customer service. Go with Mediamax. Order today.

1 thought on “How Marlene Maxon Sets Herself Apart to Win the Listing”

  1. agreed photography is incredibly important in marketing for real estateI like to make sure my blog Boulder real estate is loaded with photos

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