Realtors: Help New Homebuyers With A Business Card Map

Anyone in the housing market knows how important geography is to new homebuyers and renters. A business card map of your area can help new home buyers or renters get to know their new town, while putting your business and expertise literally on the map. We have a few ideas of what your business card map should include that will make your service stand out against competitors, while helping your audience.


Custom made pocket map mock-up for a real estate company in ny

For one, you can help potential buyers that are newly relocation to your area by passing out maps their new home town. The maps can be tailored to your particular demographics: from young college students to newlywed families, your maps can promote particular features that will be beneficial to your main audience. For example, students would love to see bus stops that bring them to campus, while new families might want to learn where local schools are for their children.

If you work with particular landlords or real estate owners, having a map of where these locations are can help home seekers, while also promoting your most popular listings. People looking through your map will therefore know what locations and areas you serve, and can contact you about any available listings within these buildings or neighborhoods.

Another way to help movers, you can also help them learn the local lingo and neighborhoods by outlining and naming them. For example, Atlanta has many different neighborhoods--from Inman Park to Little Five Points, these names might be confusing to a newcomer. By helping your clients find their way around town and learn about these neighborhoods, they can get acquainted with their surroundings while picking a new place to live based on neighborhood.

Custom made sample of realtor pocket map city map and office locations

A business card map for realtors are a great marketing tool for your business and team. To learn more about how PocketMaps can serve you, contact us.


October 21st, 2015
by Mark Minoff

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