101 Real Estate Blog Post Ideas to Spark Your Creativity

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101 Blog Post Ideas For Real Estate

Are you having difficulty coming up with great real estate blog post ideas? Generating new blog post topics can be a discouraging task. We have compiled a list of 101 real estate blog ideas you can write about today.

As a real estate investor, your job is to gather more motivated sellers and cash buyers so you can do more deals. The more often you do that, the more deals you can do; the more you can automate that process, the easier it becomes for you (and the more you can scale without working yourself to the bone).

Marketing your real estate investing business online means competing with other investors for just a few positions on the search engine results pages!

And, the higher you appear in search results, the more likely people are to click on YOUR search result and end up on YOUR site. But once they’re on your site, your job isn’t over! You need to convince them to do business with you.

That’s where content marketing comes in.

Evergreen content is search-optimized content that is continually relevant and stays “fresh” for your target audience over a long period.

Evergreen content marketing (done the right way) helps you get in front of more of your prospects online and capture the attention of the people you want to do deals with. Once those people are on your site, marketing builds credibility and authority for you and your business.

Done right, evergreen content is perhaps the most significant edge you can get as an investor regarding the web.

Blogging remains one of the most potent ways to connect with your audience and drive them to action. The blog ideas you choose to spend your time & resources on are important.

Research shows that companies who blog with quality content get 67% more leads than those who don’t publish content.

We’ve found that SEO inbound marketing close rates are 2 to 4 times higher on average than outbound selling efforts—making the right real estate blog ideas an investment that pays off big time.

We’ve seen our members creating quality content from blogging and other page resources for 10+ years. We’ve learned a thing or two about how to develop content ideas that already have proven demand online for our members.

Table of Contents: 101 Real Estate Blog Post Ideas

101 Real Estate Blog Post Ideas By Topic

Before diving in, let’s explore some of the most commonly used templates for blog posts:

  • Listicle (Top #)
  • Case Study
  • How-To Guide
  • Solutions Overview
  • Checklist
  • Comprehensive Guides
  • Definitions Explained
  • Statistical Analysis
  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
  • Comparison Breakdown
  • Best-of Compilation
  • Reviews

Real Estate Blog Post Ideas for House Buyers

  • Top problems buyers face when looking to buy for cash flow.
  • Where buyers can find money to do more deals (savings, mortgage loans, lines of credit, private money, etc.).
  • A comparison of the various ways to buy a home (mortgage, rent-to-own).
  • A checklist of qualifications that someone needs if they want to get a mortgage.
  • How a buyer’s agent can help you.
  • What are the pros and cons of different mortgage types? Ie…fixed, 15 year to 30 year?
  • What questions do I need to ask a seller before buying a home?
  • How to pencil in your home buying costs.
  • How to make an offer on a house.
  • # common mistakes homebuyers make.
  • # of things first-time homebuyers need to consider.

Real Estate Blog Post Ideas for Rehabbing And Flipping

  • Top problems buyers face when looking for rehab properties.
  • Strategies to control costs on rehab properties.
  • How to negotiate with contractors and sub-contractors.
  • How to work with contractors and sub-contractors and get them to finish the work on time.
  • How to do due diligence when you can’t tear down every wall.
  • Top # tips for rehabbing a house.
  • What will rehabbing a house cost you?
  • What first-time flippers can expect.
  • How to rehab and flip an ugly house.
  • Should you use a contractor to rehab a flip?

Real Estate Blog Post Ideas for House Sellers

  • Top problems sellers face when selling their property through traditional methods (and why selling their home for cash to you is much better).
  • Top ways that sellers can improve their home’s curb appeal before selling it.
  • How much should a seller ask for their home?
  • How long does it take to sell a home in the various ways (i.e., compare traditional, FSBO, or selling to an investor).
  • A step-by-step checklist that a seller can use to prep their home for sale.
  • Sell your home faster with these crafty tips.
  • What is a deed when selling your home?
  • Should you sign a trust deed when selling your house?
  • Who is responsible for title insurance?
  • Is Craigslist worth listing my house on?
  • Seasonal advantages or disadvantages of selling your house.
  • Why start preparing your home for sale years before selling it.
  • What is keeping your home from selling?
  • This is why your house isn’t selling.

Real Estate Blog Post Ideas for Tenant And Property Management

  • Strategies to deal with tenant problems.
  • How to interview tenants and know when you’ve found the right one.
  • How to deal with tenants that cause property damage?
  • How to keep a good tenant?
  • How to protect yourself from bad tenants?
  • Top # property management mistakes.
  • How to solve the biggest property management issues.
  • Property management issues when renting out a condo.

Real Estate Blog Post Ideas for Rent-To-Own Property

  • Top problems rent-to-own tenants face, and how working with you can solve those problems.
  • Step-by-step through the rent-to-own process.
  • What does someone need to qualify for rent-to-own?
  • What is renting-to-own?
  • Is there a growing demand for rent-to-own homes?
  • When rent to own – who is responsible for paying homeowners insurance?
  • Can someone be eligible for a lease-to-own contract if they have filed bankruptcy?

Real Estate Blog Post Ideas for Foreclosure

  • Top problems faced by people in foreclosure.
  • How does the foreclosure process work?
  • What are the ways to avoid foreclosure?
  • If homeowners file for bankruptcy, can they stay in their property and avoid foreclosure?
  • What should I know about buying a foreclosed home?
  • Insider tips to buy a foreclosed home.
  • Potential downfalls for purchasing a foreclosed property.
  • # tips for buying a foreclosure.
  • Top # of mistakes made when buying a foreclosure.

Real Estate Blog Post Ideas for Real Estate Agents

  • How to find the best real estate agent in your area.
  • How the commission structure works.
  • # of advantages/disadvantages of hiring a real estate agent.
  • Share an interesting story about a real estate deal.
  • Share an interesting story about a house listing (distressed, high priced…)
  • What are the pros and cons of holding an open house?
  • Why low commissions are bad for home sellers.
  • # tips to mitigate capital gains on real estate sales.
  • # Important things to know about appraisals and comps.
  • Find comps in your area to determine the potential appraised value.

Real Estate Blog Post Ideas for Real Estate Investors

  • How to work with an investor – what to expect, how quickly they can help, who should be involved.
  • How investors can network with people to find private capital.
  • How to find a great property management company to work with.
  • How many cash-flowing properties do you need to retire early?
  • Ways to increase cash flow from your properties.
  • A step-by-step plan to build a portfolio of cash-flowing deals.
  • Share an interesting story about a real estate investing deal.
  • What to look for in potential homes to use as flips.
  • What to look for when buying an apartment complex?
  • What to look for when buying a condo?
  • What types of homes should I look for as a beginner investor?
  • What is the top # of things an investor should look for in an investment home?
  • # of real estate investment niches.
  • Different types of commercial real estate investments.
  • # Worst types of real estate investments.
  • How to attract investor-friendly real estate agents.
  • Overview of the Local Real Estate Market
  • Neighborhood Spotlight: Highlighting Local Communities
  • Market Predictions and Forecasting
  • Impact of Economic Factors on the Real Estate Market
  • Investing in Emerging Neighborhoods
  • Demographic Shifts: Understanding Population Trends and Their Influence
  • Infrastructure Development: Assessing the Impact on Property Values
  • Tourism and Hospitality: Analyzing the Effects on Vacation Home Markets

Real Estate Blog Post Ideas for Land Buying And Selling

  • # Land buying problems to avoid.
  • # Reasons why you should be investing in land.
  • Things to consider before buying land.
  • How to sell lots and land.
  • How selling land is different than selling a home.
  • What do you need to do to get your land ready to sell?
  • Is the lending market for vacant lots and land difficult?
  • How to take good photographs of your land before selling it.

Evergreen Marketing For Real Estate Investors Is Misunderstood…

When investors first started to understand the power of content marketing, many ran out. They turned on a relentless content marketing “machine” that churned out blog posts hour after hour or were thin pieces of content that lacked any real value or substance for the reader.

Investors heard the maxim that “content is king,” so they thought that creating more content would help them elevate to a higher level in search results.

Unfortunately, many people chose to put content quantity over content quality.

Google got wise to those quantity-over-quality efforts and made algorithm changes, adjusting the search results to show sites that only provided high-quality content. Suddenly, investors who had sunk thousands of dollars into creating low-quality blog posts (often through cheap services like Fiverr.com) found themselves in the Mariana Trench of search results…

… and that’s NOT a good thing.

These investors were short-sighted in another way:

Aside from being punished by Google for poor quality, they also failed to realize that humans were reading their content!

Earlier, I explained the TWO tasks that content marketing accomplished:

  1. To help them appear higher in search engines


2.  To help build credibility and authority to guide prospective buyers and sellers to do deals with you

By choosing quantity over quality, investors might get a bump in search engine results (until Google changes its algorithm). Still, they weren’t doing a great job of convincing buyers of anything.

Evergreen marketing needs to add VALUE to its readers.

Here’s How To Provide Great Value To Your Ideal Prospects

You need to provide great content for the people you’re trying to reach that attracts them and converts them into a lead… but how do you provide that content?

How do you know what “good” content is? How do you package it for them so search engines see its value and attract the right audience?

The good news is that you need to know one secret to provide great content for any audience… it works for EVERY audience you’re trying to reach.

It doesn’t matter what kind of investing you do (wholesaler, rehabber, landlord, etc.). It doesn’t matter what audience you’re trying to reach (motivated sellers, cash buyers, probate deals, foreclosures, rent-to-own folks, tenants, contractors, or anyone else); this content marketing strategy will be true for you.

Here’s the secret…

Every search engine search is a question that your audience wants to ask or a problem they have (even if they don’t frame it as a question)


How do I sell my Detroit home?” – it’s easy to see how that’s a question.

“I want to sell my house in New Jersey” – that’s a sentence, but there’s a question in there; they’re wondering something: “How?” or “Who?” or “What’s the process?”

Real estate investments in Memphis” – there’s a hidden question there, too. “What are they?” or “Where in Memphis are they?” or “How much do they cost?” or “What’s the potential return?”

What to do with a house I inherited in Michigan?” – This is where we get more narrow and focused on specific scenarios.

Every Google search is a question and/or a problem.

And, when you know that, you can create content on your website and in your YouTube videos that answer those questions.

Answering questions (even the questions that searchers don’t realize they’re asking) will help you get in front of the right audience, and it will help you build credibility and trust through the valuable answers you provide.

Then,… game over. You become a valued expert in your area… versus being seen as a fly-by-night operator like most competitors.

Here’s How To Read People’s Minds

This leads investors to a big question: “How do I know what people are searching for so I can answer their questions and get them to my website?

There are many online tools, but the easiest way is to open up Google.com, start typing, and let Google do the rest!

Google sees what you’re typing and makes some assumptions based on similar, popular searches, and it presents those assumptions to you as auto-complete options.

Here are three examples.

I started typing, and Google offered different ways to complete my search.

See These Suggested Searches That Google Gave Me…

columbusohiohomesforsale REI Post Ideas
Blog Post Ideas For Real Estate Investors ATL
memphisrealetateinvesting REI Blog Ideas

While not all of these are relevant to my audience, I know that some of them are – they are questions that my audience wants to know!

Write those down into an extensive list and build one or more blog posts around them.

Writers Block? Get Started With These Real Estate Blog Ideas

To help you further, here’s a list of 101 blog post ideas for real estate you can use to get you going. These blog post ideas are based on research that we quickly performed… and many of these are already built into our Content Marketing System that helps you do content marketing more efficiently (in our Content Tools).

(Be sure to personalize these with your city and state to increase your chances of ranking well in your local area).

As an example… “How does the foreclosure process work?”

Localize yours for your area like… “How does the foreclosure process work in Florida?”.

I found all of these just by doing what I showed you above… finding what my prospects are already typing into Google… and seeing what Google suggests.

How Consistently Should I Post Real Estate Blogs?

How often you blog ultimately depends on what you aim to accomplish with your blog.

Many bloggers say more content is better, while others say less often. But remember, before you begin blogging, don’t forget it’s quality over quantity.

You shouldn’t publish content just for the sake of having more posts. You should align your frequency to your content goals and resources.

If you’re starting, aim for one blog post per week. You may increase it to twice a week as you get into a cadence.

If writing becomes a challenge, you can use a video post tool like the one we offer at Carrot. Record a video blog and transcribe it into written content optimized for keywords.

Additional Tips To Create Great Content

  • Write valuable copy. That’s the most important step. Spend the time to create value for your audience.
  • Remember to answer the question that searchers consider when searching for your page.
  • Even if a topic doesn’t seem like it is relevant to you (such as a blog post like “Top ways to improve the curb appeal of your house before you sell it”), you can always pivot to talk about the benefits of selling the house to you rather than listing it instead.
  • Optimize your content for SEO by including search term keywords throughout the copy, including the title and any headers you use.
  • Real estate investing is a local business! Make sure your copy is fine-tuned for your town/city and state.
  • Include a clear and compelling call to action in every post.
  • Keep your posts “evergreen” whenever possible to always be relevant to your audience, even years from now.

How To Get Your Content Written For You

You’ve got many great ideas to get you started, but chances are, you probably want to focus on the deals and NOT on the actual writing. Of course, you can write some if you wish to, but there aren’t many investors I’ve met who want to do that.

Outsourcing can be a powerful way to get your content written for you… if you find good writers who understand your prospect well and know how to optimize a blog post SEO.

We’ve used these sites in the past to find decent writers:

  • UpWork.com (formerly Elance.com and Odesk.com)
  • Guru.com
  • TextBroker.com

You can hire content writers on these sites to create content for you. Remember that you get what you pay for. Not all these writers can write well in English, nor will they be familiar with real estate investing. You need to do your due diligence.

Working with topic experts (people who know our business and industry well) can be expensive, but the quality and results are 10x better. You get what you pay for.

Or, Here’s An Even Easier Way – The Carrot Content Marketing System

Of course, you can hire someone, but did you know that the Carrot platform already has powerful content built into it?

For Content Tools members, with our Automated Content Library, you get regular “content packs” of blog posts that are high quality (excellent for search engines!) and informative (great for humans!), plus they’ve been optimized with some of the most powerful search engine optimization strategies on the planet… then localized for your market.

What’s the catch? We’ve done 80-90% of the work for you, but it’s up to you to update the content with your voice. We are saving you dozens of hours per month and hundreds of dollars vs. hiring out the writing and optimization… plus you can always edit these posts to put your spin on them before they publish.

Best of all worlds.

So, if you’re looking for some very powerful content marketing without much effort to write it (or manage writers), then be sure to check out our Content Pro level.

So, Let’s Get Your First (or next) Blog Posts Up!

If you’re not going to dive in and corner your market as an expert leveraging great content… your top competition will.

So the choice is yours.

Evergreen content marketing is how real estate investors (wholesalers, house flippers, etc.) can now get an edge online.

The ones who understand how to do it well are setting themselves up for long-term success as Google shifts more and more toward preferring rich and fresh content on your website.

In this blog post, you read about the strategies you need to implement to create great content, you got 100+ compelling real estate blog post ideas to get you started, and you even read some fast-track ideas to help you get going even sooner so you can focus on doing more deals now.

So dive in and get your first blog post up today!

Don’t over-complicate it. Just get something up to start, then improve from there.

I suggest scheduling one post weekly and publishing it live Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday. Why? Our data shows overwhelmingly that most of the leads coming through our platform come in midweek… with Sunday being the worst day. So post that content when your best prospects are likely to see it.


Brendan Holmes

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7 responses to “101 Real Estate Blog Post Ideas to Spark Your Creativity

  1. Aaron, This is nice set of topic to write articles about for our sites or as you mentioned – using content pro and save ourselves a lot of time. If many people are using the same article do you recommend us altering it by 10% ;for seo purposes?

  2. This is a life saver! I was just speaking with my partner about how to come up with new content Ideas. Thank you!

  3. Really love the content. Really got my attention! Thank you for the lists of blogs. This would surely help individuals who are new to real estate blogs and how it works. Would love to visit again.

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