Acaboom behind the scenes

Acaboom reveal brand new Scratch and Sniff feature

• By on April 1st, 2022 •

When selling a property, it’s important to consider all aspects of presentation – from the exterior of the building to the interior furnishings and décor. But what about scent? Believe it or not, smell is one of the most important factors when it comes to property sales.

That’s why we are celebrating our brand new launch of Scratch and Sniff from Acaboom.

It’s our most ‘scent’sational launch yet.

Let clients smell new homes, areas and your agency itself with just a scratch of a tablet or mobile. 

With the ability to store 8000+ scents, it’s engaging and a real differentiator.  

Here’s how you can use it.

  • Country property? Bring it to life with the smell of sheep filled fields and muddy wellies.
  • Discredit other agencies. Give their logo a unique fishy smell for an instant recoil from the client.
  • Showing 3D floorplans and comparables? Get them to scratch to smell freshly baked bread and polished oak floors.

Why does scent matter in homes?

When it comes to the sale of a property, scent is one of the most important factors that potential buyers will consider. The right smell can make a property feel more inviting and welcoming, while the wrong smell can be off-putting and unappealing. In fact, research has shown that around 90% of people are influenced by smell.

What are the best smells to sell a home?

There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the best smells to sell a home will vary depending on the property itself and the preferences of potential buyers. However, some of the most popular scents for selling a home include baking bread, fresh flowers, lemons, pine needles and new paint.

When it comes to scent, we believe that the possibilities are endless. With Scratch and Sniff from Acaboom, you can create a unique selling point for your agency that will set you apart from the competition. So don’t miss out – get Acaboom Scratch and Sniff today! 

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