Drive interest with exclusive marketing and gain insights before officially launching.
Selling your home? Listing it early as a Coming Soon property on compass.com gives buyers and their agents a heads up that your home is about to hit the market. Drive interest with exclusive marketing and gain insights before officially launching.
Positioned on the Compass homepage and prioritized in search results, Compass Coming Soon listings are the first homes buyers see when they visit compass.com. Not only are these listings promoted site-wide, but they may be featured in both national and regional marketing campaigns at no extra cost to you.
Compass Coming Soon allows you to bring your home to market sooner with differentiated print, digital, and social media marketing materials designed to pique buyers' interest. When it's ready to go live on the broader market, you'll have the opportunity to launch your listing for the second time, attracting even more attention.
Take advantage of the pre-marketing period by previewing your home to a high-interest audience as a Compass Coming Soon. It's the perfect time to assess pricing and gather buyer feedback - in most places, without accumulating days on market.
Angel C. | Seattle
"Nicole facilitated the sale of my condominium in Seattle while I was in San Francisco. Every step of the way I was informed and the home sold 9 days after listing. Our strategy was slightly different than other listings to attract a wide range of customers interested in living on beautiful tree-lined streets. I highly recommend Nicole as your agent to sell your home or to help you purchase a home."
Compass Coming Soon is subject to local MLS restrictions and is not available in Seattle. All NYC listings are simultaneously syndicated to the REBNY RLS. Compass offers no guarantee or warranty of results.
Nicole has a deep understanding of her client's desire to put down roots and find their happy home. She is a can-do problem solver, remaining calm during intense negotiations, always strategizing on her clients’ best position, not only anticipating problems but preventing them.