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Old school agents sell properties by:

* Taking photos on their personal cameras
* Entering the home into the Multiple Listing Service (MLS)
* Sticking a sign in yard
* Telling a few agents about new listing
* Waiting for buyers and/or agents to drive by and call the number on the sign
* Selling hard and negotiating aggressively

New school agents sell properties by:

* Hiring a professional photographer or taking the photos on their iPhone
* Emailing or texting clients and agents about the listing coming soon 
* Entering the home into the MLS
* Putting a sign in the yard, sometimes
* Advertising the property on (Enhanced by Google)
* Shooting virtual walk-through and video home marketing 
* Publishing a website for the home, using tools like "MyRealtyPage Suite", and featuring the property in eNewsletters.

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