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Frequently Asked Questions About Hiring Writers

The cost of a real estate writer can vary significantly depending on the writer’s experience and the topic you want covered. If you want a blog post that covers superficial facts about a neighborhood, you can probably find a beginning writer willing to take the project for 5 or 6 cents per word. If you want an in-depth analysis about an area’s latest real estate trends, expect to spend between 10 and 15 cents per word.

You can hire a real estate writer by searching for content-creation platforms for writers with experience in real estate. Reputable platforms have writers pass tests and provide writing portfolios before accepting them. That means you don’t have to spend time vetting new writers. Instead, you can view their portfolios to choose the real estate writers that appeal to you.

Look for a real estate writer who understands the industry’s fundamentals. The writer doesn’t have to live in an area to discuss its real estate. Plenty of databases provide information about household costs, insurance rates, crime, and other topics related to real estate. As long as the writer has a strong background in research, you can count on them to write accurate content for your site.

That depends on what kind of business you operate. If you manage a real estate agency, hiring a writer can increase traffic to your website, which means more people will see the properties you have for sale. If you own a blog that teaches real estate agents how to increase sales, a writer can help by increasing your ad revenue and convincing agents to pay for your seminars.

Some real estate agents earn extra money by working as real estate writers. That means you get a professional’s perspective when you publish social media posts, newsletters, and blogs. Other people start writing after they retire from real estate. That way, they can share their experience and make money without dealing with the stress of finalizing deals.

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Search top real estate writers to write high-quality content for the real estate industry. As a Scripted member you will be able to reach out to them directly, negotiate price, and start short or long-term assignments with ease.

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Sydney Chamberlain is a content writer specializing in informational, research-driven projects. When writing, she focuses on delivering insightful, valuable content with the goal of making measurable impacts for her clients and their brands. In her personal life, she's passionate about travel, wellness, and technology, and those interests often tie into her work. You can learn more about her at sydneychamberlain.com.
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Kirk P. is a freelance writer who specializes in creative, click-worthy content for businesses in various verticals, including digital marketing, technology, retail, health care, and lifestyle and travel. Kirk's work has appeared on Travelocity, Ziff Davis, StubHub, and more. His talents include SEO-optimized copy, blog posts, website pages, press releases, product descriptions, email newsletters, and Tweets and Facebook posts.
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The Importance of Hiring Real Estate Writers

Property is everywhere, whether we’re looking to buy, sell, or rent. If your website involves the real estate business, you'll need to hire a good real estate writer. What a real estate writer does is write articles on sought-after information around the residential and commercial real estate businesses.

If you need articles with tips for buying and selling, places for sale, managing money, negotiating with agents, and more, an experienced real estate writer is essential.

Why Hire a Real Estate Writer?

Real estate is a complicated business, and there are multiple perspectives to look at. There are realtors, mortgage lenders, and plenty of niche processes to understand. While you may be a subject expert on the real estate market, you don’t necessarily have time to sit around digging up numbers and fact checking a great article. You need a writer with a similar inherent knowledge base to yours.

A professional real estate writer can take any idea and turn it into a blog. We can even help you brainstorm content ideas to fill your calendar. Whether you’re looking for topical real estate news of the day or evergreen deep dives on subjects like home staging or the MLS, we have you covered. That’s not all – veteran real estate writers understand both real estate and modern writing.

The Benefits of Hiring a Real Estate Freelance Writer

Professional freelance writers understand a whole other level of writing. We’re trained to help corporations with a variety of needs, from internal training documents to email newsletters, web pages, and more. Modern real estate writers can combine the expertise of a real estate professional with polished copy that elevates your social media, search rankings, and conversions.

No matter what your goals are, experienced real estate writers can help. Of course, finding the right writers can be time consuming. You need to set expensive ads, take the time to interview respondents, and filter through a lot of junk. Luckily for you, there’s a platform where you can access a large pool of writers who specialize in every niche topic within the real estate business – Scripted.

Finding a Real Estate Writer on Scripted

Scripted is an easy to use platform with professional copywriters whom you can build a relationship with. Not only that, you’re not tethered to any one writer. The advantage of Scripted over finding an in-house writer is you can always access on-demand services. You’re able to scale your writing needs and incorporate as many writers as you need.

Using Scripted, you can get a project done as fast as you need by recruiting more writers. And you never have to worry about downtime or days off, because there’s always another writer in the pool to choose from. With Scripted, you’re not just hiring a real estate writer, you’re hiring a full team of as many writers as you need. We can cover everything from front to back in the house-buying process from the perspective of the buyer, seller, or even an objective third-party news organization.

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We've been working with Scripted on about four blogs per month for the past 12 months. As the writers and Scripted have become familiar with the brand and the way we work, they have been a great partner and delivered fantastic content which we publish monthly on our platforms.

One of the most beneficial parts of the platform is how the content reviewing system works. We love the ways in which writers of different levels can be selected and the excellent customer support Scripted offers. We hope to continue this relationship well into the year.

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As an agency, we manage our own blog plus several client blogs. That means we always have a lot of posts in the works. Scripted helps us to make sure we deliver quality writing on time.

We've been using Scripted for about eight months. The implementation of the agency dashboard lets us organize and manage projects by client, which is a huge help when you're dealing with a large volume of posts for a wide variety of clients. We can also restrict access to just the people who need access to each project. This helps keep inboxes less cluttered and more focused on what's important. The agency dashboard also allows us to favorite writers whose voice matches a particular client's brand, a big help when identifying the right writer for the job.

In the past, we produced content either in-house or with freelance writers. Scripted has been much more reliable, and the writing quality on Scripted has been consistently strong.

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Using Scripted allows us to increase the frequency of our posts, and it's also a great forcing mechanism to plan in advance and pull together the topics and assignments for the upcoming month as well. It's a good forcing function as well just to make sure we're looking in advance at upcoming holidays or upcoming change.

I think the quality is excellent. I was incredibly impressed. I thought that the writers found the fun voice, and I think there was a consistency across all the blog posts.

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Director of Communications, Zazzle

I was particularly overwhelmed with a lot of work here at Eventbrite, so I didn't have a ton of time. It took very little effort on my end to work with Scripted and their account management service. My account manager Tasia Potasinski made it really easy and straightforward for me -- using Scripted definitely saved me time and energy.

After receiving the final drafts, I didn't have to do much editing. It took me no more than 10 or 15 minutes of reading through the white papers to just make sure everything was accurate. I think the quality of the content was strong and I felt like each writer did a fair amount of additional research. They really took the time to understand the topic and the context within the topic.

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Content & Inbound Marketing Manager, Eventbrite

Prior to using Scripted we relied heavily on in-house marketing teams to create content. We're into our second year working with Scripted, and over those two years we've increased our content capabilities greatly - easily doubled the content and ideas in the last year.

We use Scripted as an extension of our team and use the various services Scripted provides to supplement our research. Just getting a different perspective on an issue can help jumpstart an idea.The biggest benefit of Scripted is having access to a whole group of writers who offer a different perspective that makes our topics and ideas much greater in writing.

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