Internet changing how we select a new home
For purposes of this discussion, I'm assuming that a buyer is familiar with the general location where he's looking.
So let's say the seller is me and the buyer is someone like me.
The floorplan and good interior and exterior photos are posted, and the street is on google maps or whatever so I can walk it from my desk. There wouldn't be a lot of need to visit the house unless I already knew I was going to like it a whole lot.
Can we still look at number of people walking through the house as a good indicator of how well the realtor is doing or how well or poorly the house is priced?
Should I have the realtor hold back a photo or something just to force people to walk through?