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Realtors here, brokers there, real estate agents everywhere. Indeed, competition is tough in the real estate industry. If you want to get on top of your competitors, then you need to bring your marketing A-game. For that, use flyers to get the word out about your real estate business to a lot of potential buyers. Choose to use a template from our selection of Real Estate Agent Flyer Templates in Publisher. These high-quality and beautifully-designed templates will help you stand out from the competition and attract more buyers. Available in (US) 8.5x11, (A4) 8.23x11.69, and (A4) 8.27x11.69 inches + Bleed sizes. Get the most profit today by downloading our templates now!
According to the data shown in Statista, the National Association of Realtors had a total of 1.4 million members in 2019. This just shows how high the competition is in the real estate business. Now, real estate marketing is complex. Buyers don't always have the time to check out property listings, so you have to find a way to bring them to you. If you're a real estate agent who wants to stay on top of the competition, you need a marketing tool that will increase your listings exposure. Flyers are the answer to that. It aids in selling properties for your clients and serves as a marketing tool for your real estate business.
Follow the guide below on how you can make an enticing real estate agent flyer in Microsoft Publisher.
A useful flyer contains all the information buyers need to know. This includes descriptive information about the property, it's price and address, and the agent's name and contact information. The information on your flyer must capture your target audience's interest and make them want to schedule a meeting with you or a viewing of the home you're promoting. To make a catchy title, use strong words such as award-winning property, the best, dream home, and number one. Also, keep your words precise and concise, as flyers with too much text can lose the interest of readers.
You don't just tell people about the property; you show it to them. By providing photos of your listings, you are giving potential buyers a sneak peek of what their future home could look like, which can spark up their interest. Not only that, eye-catching photos bring in more color to your flyer as well, so if you provide one, you no longer need to add a lot of design elements. (To add a photo to your document in Publisher, go to Insert tab, click the Picture command, locate and select the picture you want to insert, then click the Insert button.)
The look of your real estate flyer is crucial in gaining your target audience's attention. But, at the same time, it should focus on the content. So, only add a few design elements that will make your flyer look aesthetically-pleasing, and work on typography and background color instead. Go with a simple and solid background that features your company colors so that the content is the center stage.
When you're working on a project, it's always important that you check your final output to ensure that it's free from errors or mistakes. Thus, check every detail of your minimal flyer before you go ahead and print it. And when it comes to printing, keep in mind that you should always invest in a good printing company or machine to avoid compromising the overall look of your flyer or any other type of document.