REI Social | Marketing for Real Estate Investors

Social Media Starter Kit

Bonus #1

Hashtag Strategy & Research

This spreadsheet will have you up and running with hashtags right away! I’ve researched the 100 most popular hashtags for investors. I’ve also included post counts which tell you how many times this hashtag is being used.

Bonus #2

Writing a powerful Instagram bio

Guide: Writing a Powerful Instagram Bio

Writing an Instagram bio can be tricky! You only have 150 characters to introduce your business, create a connection and drive traffic. Download this guide to help you quickly create a powerful bio that will help grow your Instagram account with the right audience!

Bonus #3


Facebook Cover Photos

There are 5 cover photos for you to choose from plus a template if you want to start from scratch.

For the cover featuring the city skyline, be sure to use photos of your city and remove the red callout and text before posting on your profile.

To edit the art:

  1. Log into your Canva Account
  2. Click on the button below to get the templates inside your Canva account
  3. Make any edits you need/want to the posts and download them.
  4. Create a new post in Facebook, or Instagram and add the post artwork
  5. Use the “Copy” button on this page to easily capture the message and paste it into the post

Bonus #4

To use the posts:

  1. Log into your Canva Account
  2. Click on the button below to get the templates inside your Canva account
  3. Make any edits you need/want to the posts and download them.
  4. Create a new post in Facebook, or Instagram and add the post artwork
  5. Use the “Copy” button on this page to easily capture the message and paste it into the post

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Option 1: Copy & Paste Are you looking for steady work? We have multiple rehabs going at once, and we need dependable contractors who are team players and take pride in their workmanship. If that’s you, DM me today, and let’s get to work!
Are you looking for steady work? We have multiple rehabs going at once, and we need dependable contractors who are team players and take pride in their workmanship. If that's you, DM me today, and let's get to work!

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Option 1: Copy & Paste

“Contingent” is one of those terms that comes up often when selling a house.

A contingent house listing means that an offer on a new home has been made and the seller has accepted it, but before the final sale can be finalized, some criteria need to be met. These contingencies are clauses in the sales contract which can include matters that deal with appraisal, home inspection, and mortgage approval.

Before we buy a house, there will be a period of time we’ll request to do some additional inspections due diligence.

"Contingent" is one of those terms that comes up often when selling a house.

A contingent house listing means that an offer on a new home has been made and the seller has accepted it, but before the final sale can be finalized, some criteria need to be met. These contingencies are clauses in the sales contract which can include matters that deal with appraisal, home inspection, and mortgage approval.

Before we buy a house, there will be a period of time we'll request to do some additional inspections due diligence.

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Option 1: Copy & Paste

One of my favorite things about renovating a house is when the stagers come in and do their magic! In fact, I love it so much I’ve actually adopted some of their tricks in my own home:
-Use bright bright neutral tones on the walls to make the room appear larger
-Patch and repair walls – it’s amazing when you really stop to look at how much your walls take a beating from normal wear and tear
-Declutter! This is a big one that can transform a counter or table from an eyesore to a focal point of design

One of my favorite things about renovating a house is when the stagers come in and do their magic! In fact, I love it so much I've actually adopted some of their tricks in my own home:
-Use bright bright neutral tones on the walls to make the room appear larger
-Patch and repair walls - it's amazing when you really stop to look at how much your walls take a beating from normal wear and tear
-Declutter! This is a big one that can transform a counter or table from an eyesore to a focal point of design

Option 2: Copy & Paste

Staging tips transform a barebones house into a wonderful home atmosphere. Here are some of our favorite tips that you can use in your home anytime (even if you’re not selling)!
Patch and repair – walls, especially the corners, can really take a beating from everyday living.
Use neutral paint – light gray, white and taupe are great colors to brighten a room and make it feel much larger.
Focus on the entry – Is your welcome mat faded from the sun? Do you have water spots on the windows? Give the entrance of your house a little TLC and you’ll be amazed at how good it can feel to come home again!

Staging tips transform a barebones house into a wonderful home atmosphere. Here are some of our favorite tips that you can use in your home anytime (even if you're not selling)!
Patch and repair - walls, especially the corners, can really take a beating from everyday living.
Use neutral paint - light gray, white and taupe are great colors to brighten a room and make it feel much larger.
Focus on the entry - Is your welcome mat faded from the sun? Do you have water spots on the windows? Give the entrance of your house a little TLC and you'll be amazed at how good it can feel to come home again!

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Option 1: Copy & Paste

Where are my realtors?!

We’re ready to buy another house. Do you have any that we should make an all-cash, as-is offer on?

Where are my realtors?!

We're ready to buy another house. Do you have any that we should make an all-cash, as-is offer on?

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Option 1: Copy & Paste Remodeling your entire home is not for the faint of heart…and neither is adding up the bill when you’re all finished. According to HomeAdvisor, the average cost of completely renovating a home that is less than 1,000 square feet is $18,347. For homes in the 3,000 to 4,000 square foot range, the average cost climbs to $36,121. Before you start your home renovation, break out the calculator or your Excel spreadsheet and be sure you have a budget for your project. If you’re interested in selling your house as-is without the expense and trouble of a renovation, call us. We’re happy to give you a no-obligation offer.
Remodeling your entire home is not for the faint of heart...and neither is adding up the bill when you're all finished.

According to HomeAdvisor, the average cost of completely renovating a home that is less than 1,000 square feet is $18,347. For homes in the 3,000 to 4,000 square foot range, the average cost climbs to $36,121.

Before you start your home renovation, break out the calculator or your Excel spreadsheet and be sure you have a budget for your project.

If you're interested in selling your house as-is without the expense and trouble of a renovation, call us. We're happy to give you a no-obligation offer.
Option 2: Copy & Paste Renovation projects can add up quickly, but there are costs involved in selling your home too — including, in some cases, pre-sale repairs and updates. Here are the costs that every home seller should plan in advance — to avoid sticker shock on closing day. – Pre-sale home inspection – Home repairs or updates – Buyer request for repairs – Home staging (in some cases!) – Agent commission (5-6% of the sale price) – Mortgage payoff – Closing costs – Capital gains taxes – Property taxes – Moving expenses – Not to mention the holding costs you’ll pay while you’re waiting for the sale. – And don’t forget, your time is valuable too! If you’re ready to look at an offer that will mean fewer renovation, repair, and fees, give us a call. We’ll give a fair offer on your house as it is.
Renovation projects can add up quickly, but there are costs involved in selling your home too -- including, in some cases, pre-sale repairs and updates.

Here are the costs that every home seller should plan in advance -- to avoid sticker shock on closing day.

- Pre-sale home inspection
- Home repairs or updates
- Buyer request for repairs
- Home staging (in some cases!)
- Agent commission (5-6% of the sale price)
- Mortgage payoff
- Closing costs
- Capital gains taxes
- Property taxes
- Moving expenses
- Not to mention the holding costs you'll pay while you're waiting for the sale.
- And don't forget, your time is valuable too!

If you're ready to look at an offer that will mean fewer renovation, repair, and fees, give us a call. We'll give a fair offer on your house as it is.