Over the years I've created 1000s of designs for agents working with companies like RE/MAX, Keller Williams, Century 21, Coldwell Banker, Exit Realty, eXp Realty, and many more!
Working in this industry for as long as I have, has taught me a few very important things, about real estate, marketing, and the important role business cards have to play:
#1 - Real Estate is a highly competitive industry.
According to estimates from the Association of Real Estate License Law Officials (ARELLO), there are more than 3 million people in the U.S. that hold active real estate licenses.
This means that if you expect to help more clients get results and have a successful real estate career, it's crucial that you find ways to stand out from the crowd with your marketing.
#2 - Your business cards will make an impression one way or another, either good or bad.
Let me ask you an important question...
Does the look and quality of your business card let people know that you're a serious professional who's capable of helping them get the results they're after?
If your answer is "no", odds are that your business card is sending the opposite message.
The simple fact is, if you're handing out cards that look and/or feel cheap, clients are less likely to feel confident in your abilities to help them get the results they're after.
You and I both know a business card has nothing to do with your skills and abilities, and that it does ultimately come down to whether or not you can deliver the desired results. But in the beginning, most business relationships often start with first impressions.
Your business card WILL make an impression one way or another, so why take chances? Make it a good one!
#3- If you're going to do it yourself, you might as well do it right.
I get it. You like being in control.
Over the years I've found that many of my clients prefer to do their own design for various reasons, rather than have someone else design their business card.
-Maybe it's just easier because you know exactly what you want.
-Maybe you're in a rush and don't want to wait for help.
-Maybe you need to stick to a budget, and the DIY approach fits.
Whatever your reasons are for choosing to do your own design work, if you don't have the knowledge, skills, and experience to do it right, you'll just end up wasting a lot of time trying to figure it out, and if your cards make the wrong impression, you might even lose money!
#4- You're going to pay for printing one way or another, so why not get access to a HUGE discount on premium, high-quality printing!
There are so many choices when it comes to printing, but are other companies giving you a quality, professional product, with fast print & ship times, at the lowest possible price? We will!