Newsletter Station

Newsletters For Real Estate Appraisers



Make sure your customers feel special. Delight them with an engaging email newsletter designed and custom-built for your appraisal business. We manage everything for you, including the content.

You can start with a free trial. No credit card is required. When your ready to start sending your appraisal business email newsletter, the price starts at only $39.00 per month.

Start Your Free Trial

Email Newsletters for Real Estate Appraisers



It's run itself. You can set it and forget it.

Your email newsletter includes articles and engaging content selected for your appraisal business.
We prepare your appraisal business newsletter and send it for you starting at only $39.00/month.
Includes a top-page message plus two custom ads from you to promote your appraisal business.
Your appraisal business email newsletter includes automated posts to your business Facebook page.
Your appraisal business email list is protected, secure, backed up, never shared, and never sold.
Everything is managed week to week so you can focus your time growing your appraisal business.

Appraisal Business Email Newsletter



Loaded with content and ready to send

Greetings,

Check out the five most important things you can do to ensure your real estate appraisal comes in with the value your expect. Don't be caught out in the cold.
Marguerite Morgan
The Real Appraisers
3831 Cambridge Drive
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Appraisal Insights
Articles, tips, and ideas to help you maximize value when buying or selling your home.
Jun 16, 2021
image
What to Know When Prepping Your Home for Sale
When you make the decision to sell your home, it can be tricky to know which changes would make your home sell more quickly or boost the sale price — and which would be a waste of your time and resources. Each home (and each homeowner) is different; that’s why we’ve come up with eight key questions …
Houzz
The Backyard Upgrade Real Estate Agents Love Seeing
Now that I’m easing my way into yet another new normal, I find myself sifting through the remains of my pandemic survival supply …
Apartment Therapy
Need an Appraisal?
Be Sure You Get the Proper Valuation
How To: Insulate a Garage
The garage is often used for more than just storing the car, seasonal items, tools, and lawn mower. Many people take advantage of the …
Bob Vila
image
Kitchen Details One Designer Always Recommends
Of all the rooms in your home, it's your kitchen that demands the most planning — and often the better part of your budget. Drafting …
Houzz
5 Tips for a Smooth Move
Moving from one home to another signals a new beginning, so it's important to plan and pack well for a smooth, successful transition …
Today's Homeowner
image
Designing a Calming, Tranquil Room in Your Home
Meditation rooms and other kinds of zen-inspired design choices have been all the rage this past year. With more people spending more …
Apartment Therapy
What to Know About Frost Lines
When a home is built according to code in its region, a homeowner may never need to worry about frost lines. But when you're building …
Family Handyman
Cartoon
"If you work 24 hours a day, you won't need your apartment and that will save you a lot of money and that's the same as getting a raise!"
Copyright © Randy Glasbergen
What Year Was It?
First Roller Coaster in America Opens
What Year
The first roller coaster in America opens at Coney Island, in Brooklyn, New York. It traveled approximately six miles per hour and cost a nickel to ride.
The day was Jun 16. What year was it?
Quote of the Week
"It may be that the satisfaction I need depends on my going away, so that when I've gone and come back, I'll find it at home."
Rumi
Trivia
What acclaimed House built of stone, concrete, and glass is built over a waterfall?
See the answer below.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Color Themes
Your newsletter can use a standard color theme, a color theme to match you website, your favorite team, or any color. Click the color boxes to see options.

Newsletter Name
An engaging and memorable newsletter name, using a font to match your brand, will keep you top of mind with your readers. You can use "Appraisal Insights" for you newsletter name, or any name you wish. Click the color boxes to see font options.

An email newsletter built for your appraisal business



Start Your Free Trial


No credit card requiired.

Your Name


Your E-mail
Business Name


Business Website
Questions/Comments
Authentication

Business People Love Newsletter Station

image
Lisa Grooms
Owner, Sand Dollar Accounting
"My participation in this newsletter has been overwhelmingly positive. My clients take time to let me know that they love the content. Every week the newsletter makes my professional image increase positively. Thank you."
image
Frank Rubin
President, Amerivest Group
"The service you provide is second to none. The software is easy to navigate allowing me to update my contact list with ease. Thank you again for this great product. I will continue to recommend it to associates."
image
Shellie West
CEO & Founder, Bluffton Chamber of Commerce
"I have received very good comments on our newsletter. We have a greater list of sponsors that are participating. This is added value for our members and creates potential sponsors for the newsletter. Great job!"

Millions of Newsletters Sent Every Month


Supporting businesses across the US.
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo
logo

Why Does Email Marketing Work?

Week after week, your appraisal business newsletter will consistently reinforce your brand message.
You enhance your credibility and trust by sharing informative and entertaining information.
The leading-edge newsletter design looks perfect on computers, tablets, and phones.
The frequency of your engaging appraisal business newsletter will keep you top-of-mind year-round.
By sharing information, your clients view you and your staff as advisers or mentors.
Your customers will think of your appraisal business first when asked for a recommendation.