LOS ANGELES, Calif. (August 9, 2016) – The moment the drone drops in and the first snaps of the home are taken, UrLife Home gives Realtors the power to create a lifestyle story that enhances the homes value to buyers. Today’s home buyer isn’t just buying a property; they’re buying a neighborhood, a school system, and a lifestyle. To properly communicate that emotion you need a powerful, new tool for marketing. For home buyers, the purchase of a home is all about the next steps in documenting and creating memories in their home.
UrLife Media, the iOS app and website that compiles personal content into shareable, Hollywood-quality movie trailers announces the launch of UrLife Home for the competitive Real estate market. UrLife Home now offers Realtors an innovative selling tool that helps them stand out through the homes Hollywood trailer experience.
“Our goal is to help realtors secure more listings and sell more homes. Storytelling is a very powerful tool that doesn’t exist like this in the real estate market. It will help the agent differentiate and standout in a very cluttered industry.” Ryan Hegenberger
Chad Fahlbusch of NW Real Estate, who is recognized in the top 1% of all Realtors in the United States and has a track record that includes $550M in residential real estate sales in the South Bay since 2003, has recently started using UrLife Home to market his properties.
“I have been a Realtor for 15 years and I just started using UrLife Home on all my listings as a way to take my marketing to another level.”, said Fahlbusch.
Using our professional team of Hollywood producers, editors, writers, narrators, and graphic designers, UrLife Home creates a 2 minute trailer of your listing that can be used across all of your marketing channels. The UrLife Home team has been in the entertainment industry for over 20 years, producing blockbuster movies and award winning trailers. Together, with proven partners from the real estate field, they know how to create and elevate your property’s story.
“We add excitement and inspiration into the otherwise tiresome home buying process.” Jack Giarraputo
UrLife is the brainchild of Jack Giarraputo and Ryan Hegenberger, who have produced some of Hollywood’s biggest motion pictures and movie trailers. Giarraputo is a 20-year movie industry veteran and one of the prolific names behind Happy Madison Productions. With his partner Adam Sandler, Jack produced 14 different movies grossing over $100 million, and in total has produced films grossing over $3.5 billion in the worldwide box office. Hegenberger has been creating trailers for over 17 years; he got his start working on projects like Spiderman, Men in Black and The Sopranos and went on to found award-winning trailer company Big Picture Entertainment, which has helped generate over $15 billion in the worldwide box office.