Realtor Business Card

Last updated May 1st, 2024

What to include on my real estate business card?

When creating business cards, it’s essential to include these three elements, whether you’re making traditional or digital versions.‍

1. Licensed Name and License Number

To establish your credibility when communicating with potential customers is one of the most effective ways to do this is by demonstrating that you are licensed. It is advisable to always include your license number along with your full licensed name, even if you are commonly known by a different name or nickname.‍

2. License Type

Show your real estate license type by adding “Real Estate Broker” or “REALTOR” next to your license number. You can also add a badge with the logo if you have space.

3. Brokerage and Business Address

It is not mandatory in all states, but you could be required to include your brokerage name and business address on your business card according to state regulations. It is always recommended to check the specific requirements for your state before sharing your business cards with potential clients, even if you believe you know them.

Once you have included the necessary information on your card, you should focus on selecting information and designs that will attract your client’s attention. You have several options to choose from, such as adding a photo, contact information, links to active listings, etc. on, links to active listings, etc.