Real Estate flyers.  Have you seen them?  Maybe when you were viewing homes with your Real Estate agent?

Flyers can help a Home Buyer...That flyer could hurt you

The BEST Real Estate flyers have the price of the property.  They also have things to jar your memory as far as upgrades contained in the home.

Good Intel - besides what you can absorb by viewing the home, is also a good rule of thumb when it comes to creating a Real Estate flyer.  Year built, square footage, HOA fee's - etc...

Items such as which school district - If there are any Mello Roos and Assessments - What about issues that may/could effect any buyer?

Those are some of the "off radar" intel that can assist buyers in knowing whether or not they want to buy the home.

What about a "call capture" phone number?

I think that a buyer, when driving by a home that is for sale, that wants to stop and pull a flyer, should not have their "call captured".

I think that is a bit "low down and gutter sniping".  I think any buyer should be able to call or email the real estate agent to get more information.

However, if that real estate agent "captures" their phone number because their system does, and uses their phone number to call repeatedly, in the future, with the hope of selling them something, that agent can be called and cinched up...

As if the "agent's" call capture isn't bad enough...

What if the flyers were made by a company that will sell your personal and private information to agents for a referral fee?

How's that for exciting?  It's kind of like the "real estate syndication" websites, that are monetized by agents that cannot come up with leads of their own.  When they pay for those platforms (the agents), the syndication websites will sell back to them, any "consumer's" personal and private information.  Phone number, name, email address etc...

That you probably knew.  However, the Call Capture phone number on a real estate flyer, you probably didn't.

Be safe with the phone numbers you are calling.  No one likes to change their mobile phone number too often...