Pre-Designed Canva Custom Pages Now Available in RPR

The ability to add Custom Pages to your RPR (Realtors Property Resource) reports is an astute way to insert your brand, your personality and your value into every printed or digital packet you deliver.

Get your bio or business philosophy into a Neighborhood Report? Done.

Showcase your awards and sales stats into a Market Activity Report? Easy-peasy.

 

Prove your worth with customer testimonials in a Seller’s Report? No problemo.

It’s easy to pull off and can really button up your reports and deliverables. However, perhaps you haven’t gotten around to doing it because you thought, “I don’t have the skills or the time to learn how to create a layout.”

Well, you’re in luck. The marketing gurus at RPR have created a series of pre-designed Custom Pages layouts using Canva. The designs are professional-looking, the templates are easy to fill in, and best of all, they’re absolutely free for all RPR users.

Adding Custom Pages to RPR: free, easy and extremely valuable

Before we dive into the new Canva Custom Pages, here’s a quick primer and how to insert Custom Pages into any RPR Report. Luckily, adding custom pages to your RPR Reports is no problem:

  • Simply select “Manage custom pages” from the Report section
  • A window appears that allows you to add up to 5 PDF pages, and they can be no larger than 10MB
  • Select the pages you want to add, and what order you want them to appear (beginning or end)

You can also watch this just over 1-minute video to see all of the above in action…

How to access and edit RPR Canva Custom pages

Now that we know why and how to use Custom Pages, here’s how to take advantage of the RPR-Canva designs:

Go to the RPR blog, using this link to the Canva Templates page. Towards the middle of this page, you’ll see a navigation bar, and in blue lettering it says, “Custom Pages.” Simply click that button to get started!

You’ll instantly see a library of designs that you can use to create your own Custom Pages. These templates allow you to fill in your own information, photos and logos. Just click on one of the thumbnails, and click “Edit Template” to get into the Canva editor system. You will need a free Canva account to access and edit these files.

PRO TIP

If you already have a Canva account and are signed in, you’ll bypass the “Create an Account” step, but if not, choose how you want to create your free Canva account. Click on “Continue with Google”, “Continue with Facebook”, or “Continue with Email” to easily get going. Canva also offers a Pro or upgraded paid account, which gives more options within their designer and also the ability to directly share from Canva. The RPR templates, however, do not require you to use the Pro version to edit and download.

A look at each Custom Pages Canva design…

The Custom Pages Canva templates cover a wide range of topics, including:

  • Open House Sign-in Sheets: When you want to collect names and contact information at your next open house, use this template. Add the home’s address and your logo at the top to customize the document.

  • Agent Bios: Build your own bio! These designs are agent biography inserts. Each one is professionally-designed and aesthetically pleasing to the eye. Notice that your photo and name are large and eye-catching. All the copy and bullet points are fully customizable–you insert your information into the fields to build a truly unique leave-behind. Each one includes specific subheadings, allowing you to focus on what you think is important to communicate to clients and prospects. There are editable areas for “About Me”, “Why Work With Me/Us”, “Marketing Strategy”, “Mission Statements”, plus contact information, tag lines, logos, etc.

  • Client Testimonials: These pages allow you to share the positive things your past clients are saying about you. Each design includes an area for the customer’s quote, their photo, and a five-star ranking graphic. This is a great way to highlight your accomplishments, style of work, your strengths and your diverse client base. Of course, always be sure to get permission from the customer before using their name, picture and quote.

  • Marketing Plan Sheets: This page puts an emphasis on your specific marketing tactics when you list a home for sale. Include what type of marketing mix you believe in and get results with, and why you believe it’s the best plan of action. There is placeholder copy that you can use, but feel free to add your own language and your own voice.

  • Buyer and Seller Checklists: The last of the designs are popular checklists. The buyer version includes what features buyers are looking for most, and would make a keen addition to any buyer tour. The seller list is a breakdown of what needs to be done by the owner (and the agent) before the home hits the market. Some may seem obvious, but sellers really appreciate seeing items in print that they can “knock out” and keep track of.

Free RPR-Canva Custom Pages: add your brand and your value

Now, inserting Custom Pages into your RPR Reports is easier than ever. These free Canva templates for RPR users are an opportunity for REALTORS® to communicate their strengths, their philosophies and their successes to clients and prospects.

Pick your template, customize it with your information and brand voice, and insert it into your RPR Reports. And voilà! Now your reports are packed with your personal story, credentials and branding.

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One Comment

  1. Irma pfeffer April 22, 2024 at 6:09 am - Reply

    I have my real estate license currently being held by the Texas real estate commission.I have not found a place where I want to hang it yet, but I am still licensed.I’ve just inactive at the momen Want to see because I am a realtor but I am inactive at the present time. Can I still use rpr? Or, what are my options? Please inform

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