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Three Reasons Why You Shouldn't Install Your Own For Sale Signs

Three Reasons Why You Shouldn't Install Your Own For Sale Signs

How many times have you felt stress because of the mountain of things on your plate? How many times have you had to do low-value work stuff instead of the things you really enjoy?

We’re here to give you back your time.

We started this business because we were once agents, too. We decided to take the most irritating thing about the job and turn it into a service that we would’ve wanted. And that was installing signs.

Installing your own signs is a massive waste of time and money, and here’s why:

#1 It’s Cheaper to Hire an Installer Than It Is to Do It Yourself.

I sense your skepticism already. “How could paying someone possibly be cheaper than doing it myself?" You may ask, rolling your eyes. Let’s break it down.

The materials cost for a single for sale install is $196.65 (a high-quality post costs $126.65 and solar lights cost an additional $70). But we only charge $75.

That means you would have to do 3 listings in a single year to break even!

But if you’re doing 3 listings every year, you definitely need more than 1 post. So now your costs double and you have to do 6 listings, and those numbers continue to climb. See how you’ll never be profitable installing your own signs?

#2. We Save You Time That You Can Reinvest Into What Matters.

We estimate that it takes about an hour round-trip for you to drive to your listing, install your sign, and go back home. And then you have to do it again when the listing sells!

I guarantee that spending $75 on an install and saving that hour is of much higher value to you as a person and an agent.

Stop doing grunt work. Go spend time with your kids. Call more leads. Build your business.

#3 Whether it’s Hot, Cold, Windy, Rainy, or Whatever, Installing Signs is a PAIN!

Any agent who has installed their own signs know how annoying it is.

Depending on the time of year, you’re either sweating or freezing your butt off... in your nice business clothes… to do manual labor...

Nuff said?