Property data updating description
I can attest to the fact that, too often, the property descriptions I read could use some improvement.
Writing a property description that sells isn’t difficult, so long as you are armed with the following tips: Don’t write in caps While you may think that writing in caps will capture a homebuyer’s attention, what you may not be aware of is that writing in caps tells the reader that you are essentially shouting your entire property description at them.
Keep it short Sure, there is so much about your home that needs to be revealed, but a property description should not exceed 250 words.
Sometimes, other circumstances get in the way of selling your home quickly and efficiently, but making sure that your property descriptions is not once of those things is a step in the right direction.
Don’t discriminate Your objective is to sell your home, so it is in your best interest to avoid words like: “perfect for family,” “no children,” “Christian,” and “close to synagogue,” as you might lose many potential buyers by trying to hone in on one type.
Keep your sale neutral and provide these details only once the buyer makes a comment about having a big family or being religious.
So, if I create a new file with the template, the database contains variables and values for that file.
If I then place the external file into the vault by way of Save As (to the template created file), the values from the database variables are not copied into the file properties because the properties do not exist in the file that was brought in from outside.