Just For You Real Estate Agents

Through research done by one of the companies that sells ads on this web site, we’ve known for years now that a large number of people who visit each day are looking for real estate information.

They’re people checking out the buildings they hope to live or work in.  Why do they come to us?  Well, as one big-name real estate broker in 60611 once told me, “You have the best pictures of Chicago on the internet.”

Flattery aside, it’s true — people who are searching for office space, or a new place to live, value aesthetics.  If they didn’t, we’d all live in metal shipping containers.  And to get a better look at the buildings they’re interested in, they come here.

So, what does this have to do with real estate agents?

Well, agents, it’s now possible for you to list yourself as a representative for individual buildings on Chicago Architecture Info.

Here’s an example of what I’m talking about:

See that rectangle with the head of Janice Sampleimage?  That could be your ad for your real estate firm.  Whether you peddle office space, condos, or apartments, because we’re only going to take one agent/firm for each building, you’ll be top-of-mind for the tens of thousands of people who visit the web site each month.

And we’re not just doing a simple banner ad here.  Anyone can do that.  We’re going all out with dynamic clickyness.  If someone clicks on the ad, they get:

Because a lot of agents put together weekly or monthly price lists for their customers (I know this because they send them to me), here you’re able to showcase the units/offices you have on offer in this building, allowing people to see that you’re on the ball, and giving them more reason to contact you.

To get things rolling, I’m offering these slots at a super cheap rate.  How cheap?  You’ll probably spend more on coffee today than a month’s placement. To get started, or if you have questions, just e-mail me at editor@ChicagoArchitecture.info and we’ll get things set up.


Author: Editor

Editor founded the Chicago Architecture Blog in 2003, after a long career in journalism. He can be reached at chicagoarchitectureinfo@gmail.com.

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