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Boston: Sellers Getting More Desperate

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I live in an upmarket bit of Boston. Firstly, for sale signs are popping up all over the place. Ones that have been around for months are still there.

Secondly, some of these for sale signs now display a web domain the estate agent has specifically created for that one property.

For example, to find out about 25 Granville Road, simply visit http://www.25granville.com !

Bit of a desperate tactic isn't it?


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I live in an upmarket bit of Boston

When i first read this i thought who is he kidding, until i realised you did not mean Boston Lincs :)

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Don't see this a sign of desperation - just clever marketing.

The cost of this to a real estate agents is about $5 and for that he gets an instantly memorable domain name that directs interested parties to a page on the agent's websites.

Very clever.

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