Aside from your own contact information, you'll need a personal photo, three property photos, and various property details to create this brochure. You can also include a company/personal logo and a QR code if available. You can still create the brochure if you're missing some of these elements, but it won't have a completed look.
For best results, follow these tips:
The photo slots are labeled "Main Photo," "Secondary Photo 1," and "Secondary Photo 2." "Main Photo" will be the main art for the brochure, so use your best photo in this slot (typically a shot of the home's exterior). Use the remaining slots for supplementary photos, such as shots of individual rooms or the back yard.
Use this section to describe the property's location, neighborhood, nearby amenities, school districts, etc. Use a few sentences to highlight the home's best features.
There are three detail areas, each containing up to five rows. This is where you can include specifics about the property, such as square footage, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, flooring styles, etc.
Once you're satisfied with your flyer, use the clickable links to download it in PDF format. You can then print it on standard 8.5"x11" paper. A thick, glossy paper stock can go a long way toward improving the look and feel of the flyer.
You can also order prints from BreakthroughBroker.com by clicking the "continue" button after you're satisfied with the look of your flyer.