One of the invaluable tools that real estate professionals can use for marketing is map art that can be shared with clients. The uniquely illustrated map will provide the client with a perspective of the property in a fun way. It is common for illustrated maps to include the surrounding neighborhood, parks, schools and landmarks.
It is not uncommon for real estate agents to help their clients in determining the best neighborhoods to invest in. Real estate professionals have valuable knowledge about local amenities and hotspots that will help in closing a deal for a dream home.
Some of the most valuable advice from real estate agents in New York City, South Florida and Los Angeles includes the kind of neighborhoods that will make a client appreciate his investment. According to Martin Eiden of Compass, he chose to live in Outer Bushwick on the border of Ridgewood, Queens because it was a real neighborhood.
People play dominoes on the sidewalks and families enjoy picnics at the parks during weekends. The neighborhood is a mix of different races, religions and social orientations. According to Eiden, Irving Square Park helped him decide. The park is about half the size of Washington Square Park and is well maintained.
James Rozanski, director of marketing at REAL, New York chose to move to Kips Bay in Manhattan because it was 5 minutes walking distance from his old office. Because it was right in the middle of every area in Manhattan, he can easily walk everywhere. There is a local restaurant that serves the best fried chicken sandwich and sushi.
The neighborhood is growing, changing and appreciating in value because of the migration of well known brands into the retail spaces. Target opened on Second Avenue and Van Leeuwen Ice Cream opened a block away. Neighborhoods that have easy access to quality stores usually grow in value.
When a real estate agent uses map art to show properties, his clients gain a richer interactive experience. Aerial imagery highlights buildings, landmarks, nearby parks or even the city skyline to help a client decide. Each illustrated aerial view includes images that are relevant to the message that will be delivered.