Originally Posted By: ecrofutt
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Get your thick skin on, Jeff.
Phone number and location are to small to be easily readable.
Too much "go fast" text (italics) at the top of the page. Italics should be used to set something apart from the norm. Use color instead (Like you did in the quotes.
Why are some memberships underlined and others aren't. It just confuses me as to why. Make em all the same in a
"Defects, dirt, and clutter often become permanent fixtures to some sellers.": Get rid of the "dirt". It's offensive to some telling them their home is "dirty". Clutter, OK. Dirt, Offensive.
Use Buyers instead of prospects. Sellers don't think in terms of prospects.
"If your home is prepared properly, it will sell itself, almost."
Try "it will almost sell itself."
"Lastly, I recommend using a real estate agents to keep everything straight." Should be "agent" not "agents"
"Information on pre-listing inspections" leaves you hanging at the end.
Get rid of the counter. It's amateurish. (sp)
Dump the "buy now" for a "Schedule now".
Times New Roman font doesn't read well on the web. Most popular are Verdana and Arial.
You need to actually "proofread" some of the stuff you've written. Spell check doesn't catch everything. Try reading it out loud to yourself. An example is on the "services.html" page. "A termite inspection if a visual inspection for evidence of active, inactive or past termite invasion, or damage of the home"
Best get some more mold training.
At the top of the page you say:
"Visual Mold Sampling is available upon request."
and then at the bottom, tell them it ain't worth beans.
"If you have obvious mold, the EPA states that testing is not required"
I believe this statement is false: "Air sampling is the only way to determine if you have a mold problem and what type it is." What's your source on this?
Who are you to tell the buyer what's appropriate and what's inappropriate?
" It is inappropriate to demand that a seller address deferred maintenance, conditions already listed on the seller?s disclosure, or nit-picky items." If the seller hasn't been taking care of the furnace, I think it's appropriate to demand they take care of it now.
Whoops, supper time. Good luck
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