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I just don't think advertising with couples sipping champagne in hot tubs would work in the resale market.On the other hand Sage Real Estate used a video to promote and sell one of their more unique properties by showing a handsome man parking his expensive car in his driveway, went into his house to change and get ready for a big night out.I too would love to hear what others say about this. These are awesome videos , but I think too controversial for our market. Too controversial for our market: I don't think so.This is going way over the top from what I am talking about! Realtors are currently hiring professional photographers to take the listing pictures, so why not spice them up a bit and create a story out of them? On the other hand , a creative lifestyle living video with a an emotional twist can be very effective and grab attention. Terry O'Reilly has a great series on Sex in Advertising, here: I agree with @Josie Stern that you wouldn't want to market a single family home as sexy. We've seen it in the new-build market, with advertisementsof big-lipped ladies, and sexy videos, but I have only seen it a handful of times in the re-sale market. Here is an incredible ad for a website in Spain that deals in rentals: Ubv_u3Ei K0The idea: stop living in your parents house and having to make out in cars when you could lease your own flat. First you should know that many agents refer to a saleable, highly attractive resale house as "a sexy house".On MLS, I see thousands and thousands of listings, with the same old-boring copy. That's pretty much where it ends in the resale market.
I also think that "sexiness" in real estate is tough because often sexy adds appeal to one gender while risking alienating the other.Personally I think it would be too controversial and I don't see any serious real estate agent being a pioneer and risk alienating their client base.We need more interesting and creative advertising, though, especiially with the availability of websites giving us more room to be creative.I mean, many of these kids already have preferences, but for those that do not, I think it’s important to inform them about sex in the most general terms (between two people that are in love or two people that are attracted to each other — not just between a man and a woman). John Bohannon responded: My sense is that society has a long way to go before any but the most liberated heterosexual parents will talk to their kids about homosexuality. And Carl Flink chimed in: Fantastic question, Jordan.This is something that we have already had multiple conversations about in our household.