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30 Real Estate Email Subject Lines that Entice Leads

June 07 2022

zurple 30 Real Estate Email Subject LinesEmail marketing isn't dead, you may need to just revamp your current campaign. When buyer and seller leads are navigating through their inbox or spam folders, they're deciding in seconds whether an email is worth their time. In fact, one study found 69% of email recipients report email as spam, based on the subject line alone. Email subject lines are a huge component of successful email campaigns. Subject lines, if done correctly, will entice readers to open your emails, not mark them as spam.

Use this list of real estate email subject lines to increase your email open rates:

Personalization

This list of email subject lines will help you get started with a successful campaign. Personalized subject lines are designed to make your audience think they have met you previously. When a reader thinks an email might be from someone they know, as opposed to spam, they'll be much more likely to open it.

  • Quick Question
  • "Insert Name" Referred Me to You
  • Let's Meet Up for [Insert Activity] on [Insert Date]
  • One More Thing
  • Let's get together [insert date]
  • I have to ask
  • I called, you didn't answer
  • I missed you last week
  • You weren't home, so I left a message
  • How about next [MTWTFSS]?
  • I need your opinion
  • [insert name] how have you been?

Similar Interest

These subject headers will entice leads due to the fact that they are currently looking for or selling a home. Including a lead's target market within the subject line will increase their interest, as they can work with a limited number of agents serving that neighborhood.

  • I Heard You're Looking for a Home
  • What You Should Know About the [insert target market] Housing Market
  • Why other agents can't help you
  • Prices are [increasing/decreasing] in [insert target market]
  • Up and coming neighborhoods in [insert target market]
  • Here's where you should buy/sell in [insert target market]
  • I can help you [buy/sell your home]

Mystery

It's true that when you're unsure of who or where an email came from, you'll be more likely to open it. That email could be from a former colleague, a new job opportunity or a distant friend. Ambiguous emails entice the reader to find out who the sender is.

  • [A Blank Subject Line]
  • Where do we go from here?
  • We don't know what's next
  • We've got you covered
  • It's better if you didn't know
  • Here's Your Private Invite

Urgency

Urgency is used in many different marketing tactics—think of 24-hour sales or limited edition items. The email header should make leads feel like they might miss out on a opportunity if they do not open your email.

  • Almost
  • There's still time
  • It begins today
  • It ends today
  • Things are heating up in [insert target market]
  • Why you should buy/sell now in [insert target market]

Another huge aspect of lead conversion from email campaigns is response rate. Studies show that leads are four times more likely to convert into a client, when you respond within the first five minutes. After the first 30 minutes, leads are 21 times less likely to convert.

Happy emailing!

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