Digital Home Info Text Messaging Signs

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Services for Real Estate Pros with Digital Home Info

We often get asked about the signs required to use our service.  What size are they?  Do you have riders? Are they color? Are they reusable? etc...  So here are some answers to many of the questions we have been asked about signs.

How much are they?

18"x24" 4mm (light weight) Cor-X Panels (including H-stake) are $13.00 each

18"x 24" 8mm (heavy duty) Cor-X Panels (including H-stake) are $20.00 each

6"x24" rider (Cor-X Panels or aluminum) are $8.00 each

Shipping is included in the cost of the signs.

Are the Real Estate Signs reusable?

Yes, they are!  Each sign will have a unique code on it.  This code is assigned to a listing when you set it up in our system.  Once you sell the listing you can reassign the code to another property and use the sign again.

Where are the holes in the riders placed?

We will confirm the placement of holes with you before we order the signs.

What do the signs and riders look like?

See image at the end of this post.

I have my own Real Estate sign company, can I use them?

Yes, you can.  We will provide you with a template and guidelines on what is required on each sign.  You can then take this to your sign company and get them or use the guidelines to create your own unique sign.

Do I have to order signs to use your service?

No, but if you want to get the most out of our service it is advisable.  We have many REALTORS® that promote their text messaging and toll free call capture in many other mediums and are quite successful but they still place signs in the yard to get the most impact.

Are the signs full color? Double sided?

Yes and yes.  All signs are full color and double sided.  The colors are designed to match your agency's colors to provide consistent branding.

Real Estate Text Messaging Signs

Posted by

Adam Small

asmall@digitalhomeinfo.com

877.250.5277

Comments (1)

Carla Dimond
CATARRA - Mountain View, CA
(Silicon Valley)

Adam, nice!  Some many younger buyers are text centric.

Jun 24, 2010 02:32 PM