1) Put the City and State in the SUBJECT LINE of your initial post
That will help everyone find stuff in the cities they want.
EVERY POST Should BEGIN with City/Area and state, like this:
- Ambler, PA - Rare midcentury apartment for rent.
South Orange County, CA - Looking for a nice home
Bay Area, CA - Anyone know of a trustworthy Eichler agent?
2) CLEAR SUBJECT LINES PLEASE:
Please Make sure your SUBJECT LINE IS SPECIFIC - i.e. are you LOOKING FOR SOMETHING? it something FOR SALE? For RENT? Just please try to be descriptive in your subject line so it's easy for everyone to scan quickly.
3) IF YOU ARE AN AGENT or BROKER:
a) LINK BACK TO THIS SITE!!! This is a free service to you - so do the right thing and link back, okay?
Here are some nice banner ads for ya...
b) Please make sure the homes you advertise here are of a Mid Century Modern style or influence. (Yes, newer construction is acceptable as long as it is MidMod in style.) If you are unsure of what that means, do a little research before posting. There are lots of great pictures in our Residential picture gallery.
Posts that do not comply with this WILL BE DELETED and you may be banned from future postings.
c) WE ARE ON A HONOR SYSTEM HERE:
Being that you get to advertise for free here - where you would normally have to pay much more elsewhere, IF YOU GET A HOT LEAD OR A SALE from this website - do your karma a favor and donate a "thank you finder's fee" back to help keep this website alive and kicking.
d) TRY TO GROUP LISTINGS TOGETHER
i.e. please try not to make a separate post for each and every single home. And absolutely do not relist a home more than one time (that is SPAM and will be deleted and is potential grounds for dismissal from the board). Instead try to group more than one similar listing by type or geographic region. Basically, I would rather not see a ton of single listings here with 0 responses.
For instance, if there is a recent thread already in existence about Homes for sale in Los Angeles - Add your listing to the end of that thread as opposed to starting a whole new thread.
Thanks for your help in making this an easy place for people to read and learn about Modernism.