Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Price check on ranch home in Aisle Five

Stop that (Toyota) car!
RE/MAX is banking on home buyers and sellers stopping by real estate outlets while picking up groceries at New England supermarkets.

by Broderick Perkins
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Deadline Newsroom - Would you shop for a home during a milk run to the supermarket?

Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but perhaps soon, especially if you regularly push a shopping cart past a real estate outlet in the supermarket you visit several times a week.

That's just what RE/MAX of New England is hoping – that consumers will add a home purchase to their grocery list now that the company is rolling out real estate offices in some Stop & Shop stores in the New England area.

And, with many supermarkets already outfitted with banking services and coffee shops, the company might just be on to something.

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