Forbes Article about selling a mid-level priced home through a pocket listing
Zac Posen sold his Manhattan home for $1,150,000 through an off-market pocket listing, sometimes referred to as a whisper listing. Troy McMullen’s Forbes article about the sale describes the advantages of a pocket listing, and the mis-conception that pocket listings are limited to homes priced over $10,000,000.
The rise in popularity comes as the number of listings at lower price points continues to shrink.
At HomeQT, everyday home buyers are registering to find homes priced in all range of prices. Yes, we do have buyers looking for multi-million dollar priced dream homes. We also have buyers searching for homes priced in the $300,000 and more range.
By registering with HomeQT as a buyer, and describing exactly what they are looking for, home buyers get a leg up on those who only search publicly available listings. We encourage all buyers, not just high-end, to use HomeQT to find their dream home that is for sale, but just not on the multiple listing service.
Instead of home buyers trying to figure out where the off-market properties are hiding, they can use HomeQT to be connected to all properties that are for sale, not just those that are listed.
It’s on the QT and just not listed…