One of the most important tips for designing a real estate flyer is to know exactly what information should be included. When designing your flyer, there are a few facts you must include to help people make their decision. By including this information, you'll draw in more people as well as filter out those who may not be interested.
Price: Obviously you're going to want to put your asking price on your flyer, and if you had the house appraised, be sure to include that information as well.
Condition: Is your house move-in ready or a fixer-upper? Are you selling a lot that is wooded or already cleared? Including this information allows the potential buyer to know what they are in for before they even see the house or lot.
Square Footage: When selling a house or apartment, it's absolutely critical that you include the square footage. After all, size is very important when it comes to real estate because most people have a minimum square footage they're looking for.
Style: While it is not absolutely critical, if you know the style of your house, including that fact can be helpful. Some people may love a ranch style house but may not be charmed by a Cape Cod. By providing this little bit of information, you help your potential viewers imagine what your house layout may be and if it meets their needs. Providing the year the home was built is a good idea as well.
Heating: Be sure to tell whether the house is gas, electric, or oil heated as there are a many people who are only willing to commit to specific types of heating, after all.
Acreage/Lot Size: Letting potential viewers know how much land they're going to be getting is extremely important.
Number of Bedrooms and Bathrooms: The number of bedrooms and bathrooms in a house is one of the most important criteria for those looking for a house. A family may be looking for a house to grow with them, or a retired couple may be looking to downsize. Including this information not only lets them know what is available to them, but also gives them an idea of the size of the house.
Contact Information: Last but not least, make sure you include your contact information. Ideally, you'll provide at least a phone number but including an e-mail address is a wise idea as well.