Check out the video: Cx Crb M-M ...pretty hilarious. Secondly, you need sex for selling, when the product has no redeeming features of its own.
@Josie Stern, I see your point about responsibility and the realities of owning properties, but that doesn't mean that all the language used should be so boring. On the other hand, I can definitely see how marketing a new condo with sex can be effective as you have many young, single professionals moving into many of these units.
Having a condo that might get you laid might be viewed by some of these people as a big boner... I definitely agree with @Matthew Slutsky that we should work on having better write ups for our properties that sound more enticing then just listing a bunch of specs.
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.
On Monday, December 17, Bohannon and Flink sat down for a live Q&A with the TED Conversations community, asking everyone to share what they remember of the sex talk they got as a teen.
Read the full discussion — and see some of the most interesting interactions below.While the videos posted have been hilarious to watch on a Monday morning they didn't really make me want that house any more.I also think that "sexiness" in real estate is tough because often sexy adds appeal to one gender while risking alienating the other.S1in Scotland is launching a new campaign to drive traffic to their site. BUT a few muscled men might do the trick,,,how does it feel guys to be on the other end 'Ahem' of the sex pitch .. Not only for a teenager or a young man/ lady who would like to spice it up. maybe there is so little sex in real estate advertising because the readers attention is actually taken AWAY from the property ad?I am not 100% sure that this would be defined as "sex sells", but maybe it does? It would be quite embarassing to have hoardings like the one above, right over/ on/ near your apartment. It would be impossible to make a sexy ad work for our private little cul-de-sac development in the quaint town Orangeville, ON...without losing the "family values" we have to project. But for edgey, condo-living in downtown TO....absolutely..I agree, need to appeal to both women and men. 39% of people viewing this sexy Australian ad were not thinking real estate!! utm_source=20140919&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=dailyheadlinesam Check out this conversation: Why is there so little sex in real-estate advertising? 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. 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. 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.To restore access and understand how to better interact with our site to avoid this in the future, please have your system administrator contact [email protected]