"Thinking Of Selling?" Postcard

This bright, eye-catching postcard lets potential clients know that you've got the chops to sell their home



This bright, eye-catching 4" x 6" postcard lets potential clients know that you've got the chops to sell their home.


Real Estate Postcard Prices 

Getting started

To create this postcard, you need a property photo from a recently closed transaction, a personal photo, a short (two or three sentences) personalized message to your prospective clients, and a personal or company logo. You have the option to leave any of these elements out, but the postcard won't look complete.

Property photo

You only have one slot for a photo, so choose a good one! Pick the photo that best represents the property that just sold.

Agent's message

Write two or three sentences to market your skills to prospective clients. This may be a good place for your Unique Selling Proposition, which you can learn about by checking out our Marketing Action Plan.

Finishing touches

If you're printing postcards yourself, your final proof should be printed on both sides of a heavy, postcard-style stock. It should then be trimmed to a standard 6"x4" postcard size.

Have a mailing list over 200 and interested in bulk pricing? Click here.



Comments (3)

5-digit Zip Code

Can't input Canadian postal code (6-digit)

Posted by Ding Ding on February 14, 2013 | 3:51 AM

Thanks for the suggestion!

We've updated the form to allow for longer zip codes.

Posted by Breakthrough Broker on February 14, 2013 | 10:36 AM

Australian address

Cant put australian (overseas) address

Posted by Chandra Leonardi on February 14, 2013 | 4:53 PM

We will work on this

Hi Chandra, Great to know we have the need to work on this. I will get with our designers next week to see if there is something we can do to enable the overseas addresses to be inputed. Thanks again for the message.

Posted by Breakthrough Broker on February 15, 2013 | 4:09 PM

Pricing

Is there any way to see pricing before going through the whole order process?

Posted by Shawn Archer on July 1, 2013 | 3:02 PM