Question: What Should A Realtor Put On Their Business Card?

What should I put on my real estate business card?

Here are some of the top qualities of an effective business card:

  • Readability. Less is more.
  • Consistent branding. Stick with the colors and fonts identified with your corporate brand so that your business card looks like it’s part of your real estate marketing materials.
  • Multiple methods of contact.
  • Quality card stock.

Why do Realtors get their pictures on business cards?

When an agent meets someone and gives them a business card, a photo helps (tremendously) for that person to remember the agent. (And, by the way, this is why using an outdated-but-prettier photo is often counter-productive; prospects need to remember the agent, not think they’re young and attractive).

Why do Realtors leave business cards?

But back to the point about business cards. It is common courtesy for a Realtor to leave his or her business card behind when showing a property. This lets the seller know who was in the home, and if the seller leaves and comes back, it lets the seller know that the Realtor has come and gone.

Should you put certifications on business cards?

No need to include certifications on your business card. Like SAM said, PhD may be appropriate. I’ve even seen some folks put MBA on their’s but certifications you’re business card isn’t a resume, it’s a document to contact you.

Should you have a picture on your business card real estate?

The arguments for using a photo on a real estate business card equal the number against. Other agents feel that the photo is important, but not so much that it should take up the more valuable “real estate” of the tiny business card. These agents put their photo on the back.

Can I use realtor on my business card?

On business cards can I list REALTOR®/Broker? Yes. However, please note that the REALTOR® marks should not be used in conjunction with a description of any other occupation or vocation of the Member, even if the other occupation or vocation is part of or related to the Member’s real estate business.