Antebellum Mansion Detail

By Alexandra Seigel

How do you describe your marketplace?  Does it make your web visitors feel compelled to move there?  As a luxury real estate marketing professional you need to move people emotionally, make them fall in love with your area, before you help them make the physical move. Second home or multiple home buyers have choices of where to buy.  Your first sale is selling your marketplace.  If you do a good job of it you will sell YOU in the process.

Ron and I finished reading a wonderful book by one of our favority authors, Pat Conroy.  You may remember his earlier novels, The Great Santini and The Prince of Tides, both of which were made into movies.  After a 14 year hiatus, his new novel is  South on Broad.

Set in Charleston, South Carolina, it is a must read for uxury real estate marketing professional looking to improve the description of their marketplace.  By the first page, we felt the urge to visit, and it took all of 3 sentences to do it.  Throughout the book, the feel of the city, the antebellum mansions, and the description of the gardens make you want to book a flight to Charleston.

The story itself is well written and riveting.  Neither one of us could stop reading it.  It made us think, reflect, and laugh, and we could not wait to tell you about it.   If you are not a reader, give it as gift to someone who loves a good story!


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