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Why hire a commercial real estate writer?

Commercial real estate can generate significant revenue for real estate sellers. Hiring a commercial real estate writer helps ensure that convincing messages will reach interested buyers.

Many commercial real estate writers have worked for real estate companies. Some of them still work in real estate, and they use their writing skills to earn additional income. It makes sense to get content from someone with experience in commercial real estate and writing. You get to avoid common mistakes that inexperienced writers make, and you get well-written content for your website, property descriptions, newsletters, social media posts, and other materials.

Today’s successful writers also know a lot about optimizing content to attract more readers. You can ask a commercial real estate writer to use keywords that will attract local or nationwide buyers. Their experience with search engine optimization helps them craft the right message for your target buyers.

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Kathleen A

Atlanta, Georgia, United States • Last online 3 days

Kathleen offers three key skills. First, she has the ability to use her own expertise to inform her writing. Second, she has the capacity for doing research on a wide variety of topics, identifying the heart of the information, and then presenting it in an easy-to-understand written form. Third, Kathleen enjoys producing different styles of writing -- from friendly to formal to a bit irreverent. Her natural curiosity keeps her motivated to find the information that will make her writing attract readers. Kathleen has an extensive business background. Prior to writing professionally, she held management positions in several industries including consulting, technology and healthcare. She has lived in the trenches, not just written about them. While her background gives her the skills to write for a variety of industries, Kathleen does ...

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Chelsea S

Fox Island, Washington, United States • Last online 1 day

Chelsea is a Pacific Northwest-based writer and editor who inspires action through clear, concise SEO content. Her primary focus is on optimized blogs and web copy across industries, with extensive experience writing for real estate, faith-based organizations, non-profits, and startups. She also has over ten year's experience helping authors write, edit, and fine-tune their book manuscripts for publication.

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Morgan D

Burlington, Vermont, United States •

Morgan is a well-rounded​ writer with the ability to write in a variety of industries and writing styles. She can adapt the voice and tone of her work to the clients that she works with. Her work includes: blog posts, articles, website content, white papers, copywriting, product descriptions, and books. While her main asset types are in design, travel, real estate, parenting, and business she has written for a variety of clients including photographers, schools, healthcare clients, jewelry designers, service professionals and more. Morgan holds a BFA in Interior Design from The Savannah College of Art and Design, and a MA in English and Creative Writing from Southern New Hampshire University.

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D.A. B

Wisconsin, United States • Last online 2 days

Dan is a seasoned writer and ghostwriter who addresses diverse audiences with ease. Although he calls Milwaukee, WI, home, he’s written for clients in North America, Europe and Australia. Effective SEO and insightful research are second nature. For example, his work on two 15,000-word-plus projects generated multiple #1 search rankings for a Fortune 50 company and a major sports publication.

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Michael N

Boston, Massachusetts, United States • Last online about 1 hour

Experienced journalist, writer, PR professional, marketing professional, and cat juggler*. Veteran content producer. *That one's not true. Yet.

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Read Sample Commercial Real Estate Blog Posts

The best way to find the perfect commercial real estate content writer for your business is to read writing samples they have published in the past. All Scripted writers offer writing samples to potential clients to showcase their talent and experience. Check out these blog posts from a few of our commercial real estate writers:

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Finding Good Rental Properties and Tenants

If your long-range plans include a career in real estate investing, it's likely that at some point you'll own rental properties and be a landlord. It will be up to you to find and screen tenants, collect rents, clean up when they move out, and maintain your properties. Of course, you could hire a full-time property management company to take care of such duties for you, assuming your finances are able to handle such a luxury. In the beginning that may not be the case, so how well you perform these tasks yourself can...

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As home prices and interest rates continue to climb, you may be understandably wondering whether it still makes sense to buy an investment property. But figuring out the real estate market at any point can sometimes feel like trying to predict your future with a crystal ball.

What if it's too late? Or too early? Are you too young? Too old? Don't have enough funds? Too risk averse? Not risky enough? Did you fail to accurately predict and pounce on that mythical, perfectly ideal investment window 10, 12 or 15.75 years...

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