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Are you a realtor who needs some property marketing? Whether it’s about the best residential deals or an on-going industrial project, you can inform your target audience about the latest real estate happenings through our professional Real Estate Newsletter Templates! Compose presentable articles with our easily editable and printable samples. Our templates already come with written content, graphics, and artwork. Moreover, they are now accessible in Photoshop and HTML versions. So don’t delay, download now--easily maintain a weekly, monthly, or quarterly release schedule with our easy-to-use newsletter kits. Subscribe to start downloading now!
When it comes to the business of property and real estate, there’s always a high demand for the best deals and offers out there. So, if you’d like to keep people up-to-date on that and other real estate ads and news, then why not do so with a spiffy newsletter!
As smallbusiness.chron.com describes, a newsletter can be used to keep subscribers routinely updated about a particular topic. Therefore, to ensure, you can maintain a proper release schedule, check out our tips (below) on creating a real estate newsletter.
To make a presentable newsletter, you need all the right material for it. First, write down your article’s contents in a simple text document and then set it aside for now. You’ll also need images that match the subject that your newsletter will be discussing like any other real estate advertising; prepare some photos of houses, skylines, buildings, etc. If there’s a particular brand or company that the newsletter is gonna cover, then relevant images of that will help too!
After preparing your resources, open a new document in your chosen software. Next, make sure that the orientation layout is set to Portrait (or an equivalent that’s available in your application). For the size, either A4 or US will do fine, depending on what you need. You can choose to also adjust the margins for the amount of space that you need.
Make the title of your creative newsletter stand out by using large font size and bold coloring; align it to the center of the document. Underneath that, include the publication date, volume number, and issue number; these can be aligned either on the left or right side.
Next, copy-paste your prewritten content onto the newsletter. Use a column format to set the layout of your content--go with 3 columns per page. Also, don’t forget to set a separate size for article/paragraph headers. Refer to some relatable real estate blog posts for reference.
Now it’s time to play around with your newsletter’s looks. For the background, use either a high-quality photo or a simple neat graphic design. If you’re going for a photo, then make sure your text is still readable by filling your columns with matching colors. You can also add images of your home real-estate in-between paragraphs or set your text to wrap around them.
With your newsletter complete, you can choose to either print them out or publicize them through email. Need some sharp-looking examples for a commercial real estate newsletter? Then feel free to have a look at our Real Estate Newsletter Templates!
A newsletter is used to inform a target demographic of news and other relevant information about a particular topic.
For email, you need at least 800 pixels. When it comes to printed copies, 8.5” x 11” for one page and 11” x 17” for spreads.
1 page for daily publications. 5 to 7 pages if it’s weekly.