Tips to Get More Real Estate Leads This Halloween

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Take advantage of Halloween door knocking and generate real estate leads while trick-or-treating

Whether you’re taking a group of kids around to trick-or-treat or simply handing out goodies from your home, Halloween is a great opportunity to find new leads, increase your sales, and reconnect with past clients. We’ve gathered a few scary simple ideas to help make this Halloween the most successful yet!

Fun (and Tactical) Bag and Treat Tags

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There’s no better way to get a potential client’s attention than by attaching your business card and contact information to a treat! You can easily print out your own candy bar wrappers or bag tags to staple to each goodie bag, so that when trick-or-treaters come to your door, you can grab Mom and Dad’s attention too.

Double-Duty Door Hangers

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A welcoming and spooky door hanger is a great way to let trick-or-treaters know that your home is fully stocked with goodies just for them—and it’s super easy to create your own, printed with your contact info and a little bit about what you do! Hand them out to neighbors, and maybe include a small pumpkin, as a guaranteed way to make your presence known.

Bring copies of your personally branded magazine


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For a spook-tacular way to introduce yourself and your business to potential clients, bring along a a few copies of a personally branded magazine from ReminderMedia while you’re escorting your trick-or-treaters. (Each copy costs less than a Hallmark card!) It’s a highly impressive way to get their attention and will surely strike up a conversation! Click here, and we’ll send a free sample to your inbox.

Keep these tips in mind this Halloween and you’re bound to have a truly successful evening—and a handful of new leads to pursue in November.

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