Commercial Real Estate Signs

Whether you are selling a hot property or are managing an office building with multiple vacancies, you need appropriate real estate signs. The same is true for the owners of a recently finished construction project and even for the architect who was commissioned to build the mall, housing development or mixed-zone structure to begin with.

What are the must-have real estate markers that effectively start a dialog with the consumer in search of a place to rent, lease or buy?

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Architect Renderings

These panels are printed on aluminum and feature an artistic rendition of the finished project. Frequently, they

hang from the construction site fencing. When you are in charge of marketing a new construction project, this is the first step to communicating with consumers who may have a future interest in the location.

Feather Flags. These are temporary markers that you stick into the ground when you (the leasing agent or realtor) are present and ready to show the first models. In the case of a housing development, crews usually complete one condominium, townhouse or house to serve as a model for the other structures. When the flags read “now open,” “accepting applications” and “for sale,” you begin to generate interest among qualified buyers.

Feather Flags

These are temporary markers that you stick into the ground when you (the leasing agent or realtor) are present and ready to show the first models. In the case of a housing development, crews usually complete one condominium, townhouse or house to serve as a model for the other structures. When the flags read “now open,” “accepting applications” and “for sale,” you begin to generate interest among qualified buyers.

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For Sale Signs

As a realtor, you need to have these markers handy. Choose aluminum signs with metal frames as well as portable sign posts with hanging markers. Remember also the corresponding helpful signs such as those that read “open house” as well as any directional markers that point the way. All of these real estate signs brand with your name, logo and affiliation in the backdrop.

Leasing Markers

A temporary leasing company sign is usually a post and panel setup. It identifies the name of the leasing company as well as the name of the individual in charge of this property. Place them at the corners of the property for best exposure. Banners come in handy when you have reduced the number of vacancies to only a few. The post and panel marker may no longer be necessary, and instead the banners alert passersby that there is still space available.

By the way, you may also consider combining your real estate signage with additional informative markers. Some professionals have found it very helpful to install portable changeable reader boards to give up to date information on available units, square footage and prices. Talk to the friendly professionals at the Sign Factory for more information. We proudly serve the communities in and around Charlotte as well as the Carolinas. And yes, if you need real estate signage anywhere in the U.S, it’s easy to get a free quote!

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