ModVic's Home Tour Video: Back Home to the Future
10/14/2008 1:12 PM
In addition to our company N2N Direct, My wife Melanie and I started a Victorian Home Restoration Business: ModVic, LLC (Modern Victorian Home Restoration). We recently...
In addition to our company N2N Direct, My wife Melanie and I started a Victorian Home Restoration Business: ModVic, LLC (Modern Victorian Home Restoration). We recently did a restoration and modernization of a 4,500 square foot Victorian Italianate home in North Attleboro MA. We haven’t sold the home yet so it was time we got creative!
Melanie and I put together a totally unique home tour video, Back Home to the Future and posted it on YouTube (www.YouTube.com). Just put in the word “ModVic” into the Search box.
This is our storyline (and we’re sticking to it...)
Back Home to the Future
A short film presented by ModVic.
An original 1877 Victorian Homeowner travels forward in time to see his restored home modernized in 2008. In the home’s restoration, Bruce and Melanie Rosenbaum, owners of ModVic (Modern Victorian Home Restoration) find the plans to build a time machine in one of the home’s walls – put there by the original owner, Benjamin Stanley Freeman – a wealthy jewelry manufacturer who did his own Italianate transformation in 1877. Mr Freeman wanted to see what his home would look like 100+ years after his “remodeling” – so Bruce and Melanie build the time machine and bring Mr. Freeman forward in time to view his own home at 390 Mount Hope Street in North Attleboro MA – 131 years into his future.
Go see it for yourself – I’m sure this type of home tour video has never been done before.
We’re hoping you are able to go to www.YouTube.com and put in the word “ModVic” into the Search box and watch the video and give us positive feedback.
Please highly rate (5 stars) the video because that will give us greater exposure where more people across the country might watch the video on YouTube.
We also will be sending the link to all the local and national media outlets so our unique home tour story will hopefully generate some free press and attention for our amazing home.
Also – we would appreciate if you could think of at least 3 or more people who might be interested purchasing (and could afford the great value price tag of $1,295,000) or might know of someone who could be interested. Even if you can’t think of anyone specific – just email your friends and family and tell them they should go to www.YouTube.com and put in the word “ModVic” into the Search box to see what some ‘crazy’ (or some might say ‘desperate’) homeowners are doing to try to sell their home in this down real estate market. We think in the end – the house will sell because of positive word or mouth or with a good case of active viral marketing.
Keep us in your thoughts and let us know what you think of our home tour video. Melanie and I look forward to hearing back (home).
All the best,
Bruce and Melanie Rosenbaum