A Free Marketing Resource For Real Estate Agents

A Free Marketing Resource For Real Estate Agents

Here’s a great FREE information resource for Real Estate Agents, Mortgage Brokers and other real estate professionals!

Are you a real estate agent, mortgage broker or other real estate professional who works with home sellers that are facing foreclosure or a short sale? I recently discovered a great resource that can be co-branded with your logo and contact information. The material is provided by Fannie Mae on their KnowYourOptions.com website.  There are brochures, statement inserts, flyers, letters and pocket folders available for free download.

Create your own real estate marketing materials

From the website:

Fannie Mae has created a suite of helpful tools to educate homeowners on their options to avoid foreclosure. With the Storefront, you can access, customize (with your logo and contact information), and download these materials to use with your borrower outreach efforts.

When you click on one of the flyer options it looks like this:

Fannie Mae Flier to avoid foreclosure


If you already work with homeowners  facing foreclosure or considering a short sale, this is an excellent way to provide up-to-date information and tips. If you would like to increase your business by working with homeowners who are seeking a solution to their potential foreclosure or short sale, these free collateral marketing materials (which look very professional, by the way) are a great way to jump start that market.

Go to the Fannie Mae Know Your Options website and sign up (free) to access the collateral marketing materials.

As a professional Los Angeles home stager, I am constantly on the lookout for free or low cost marketing materials to share with my real estate industry partners. I want you to be successful! Contact me today to learn how home staging can help your listings sell faster and for more money!

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