Personalize your real estate agent onboarding and welcome email, and start building a downline of valuable referral partners.
A printable paper application... for when you're feeling nostalgic.
This Home Valuation Tool Ad Graphic can be used in two clever ways: For each, you'll want to run an ad using the graphic and linking it to our Home Valuation Tool available in the home search. You can use a free editing software to brand this ad with your or your preferred agent's logo, or use it as is... but just between us, taking the extra step to add your logo doesn't necessarily make an ad more effective, so you don't have to feel bad about cutting corners- this time, at least! (See the Social Media Toolkit and Call To Action Facebook Ads How To articles for help setting up and executing ads)
‘The Early Bird Gets The Offer’ flyer, branded for your preferred agents. Send it as is or co-brand it for mutual use- then print them out, or download to send digitally!
The Early Bird Gets The Offer- Now’s the time to buy… and here’s why. For print or digital use.
There’s nothing better than a smooth loan approval…and nothing worse than an unnecessary road block. This handy guide gives your clients something to refer to if there’s ever any doubt about what can impede the loan process along the way.
We’re all about adding value… and giving value where you can. Your preferred agents will appreciate this two-page flyer freebie about why it’s a smart move to use a real estate agent, versus selling on their own. You can send it to your agent as is or co-brand it for mutual use- then print them out, or download to send digitally!
The "What About Closing Costs" flyer, branded for Realtors. Send it to your agent as is or co-brand it for mutual use- then print them out, or download to send digitally!
Have you ever met a home buyer that didn’t have questions about closing costs? Yeah, we didn’t think so. We got you, fam. While it’s important to remind clients that every transaction is different, this guide can help give new buyers a very general idea of what types of costs they might expect, before hard numbers come into play.