FREE real estate social media posts to customize as you like. All are sized for use on Facebook or Instagram and include suggested copy and hashtags too.
Real Estate Content for Social Media
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🎉2024 REAL ESTATE CONTENT CALENDAR
- 366 days of consistent content ideas
- Posts designed to increase engagement and grow your following
- 100 premade graphics
- Now with a version for Mortgage Pros!
Free Real Estate Social Media Posts:
When it comes to filing your taxes, homeownership comes with some benefits. Don’t miss out on any that you’re eligible for! #realestatetips #homebuyertips #homesellertips #homeownershipgoals #grammarpros #homebuying101 #firsttimehomebuyer #mortgage
A final walk-through is critical to ensure the home you’re purchasing is still in the same, acceptable condition as when you last saw it. #homeownershipgoals #realestatetips #homesellertips #grammarpros #homebuying101 #firsttimehomebuyer #mortgage
For potential home buyers, winter is often a time to set financial goals for the year ahead. If purchasing a home is one of your goals for 2024, give me a call. #realestatetips #homesellertips #grammarpros #homebuying101 #firsttimehomebuyer #mortgage
This Black History Month, let’s celebrate and honor the achievements, contributions, and progress of African-Americans throughout history. #blackhistorymonth
Real Estate Social Media – Infographics
Check out or free real estate infographics that you can share with clients, as real estate social media posts (Pinterest works well for these taller images) or on your own website. Simply copy and paste the embed code at the bottom of each infographic to add it to your website or blog.
Real Estate Infographic About Down Payments
Many potential home buyers give up before they’ve even gotten started because they think they don’t have enough for a down payment.
Real Estate Graphic About Credit Scores
Because of its prominent role in the home buying process, it’s important for buyers to understand what a credit score is, how it’s compiled and how to obtain their credit report.