Real Estate Agents Stand Out with Moving Trucks––Offset Costs with Local Ad Opportunities

With booming real estate markets throughout the country, real estate agents must find ways to stand out against competitors. One way to accomplish this is by leasing a moving truck to clients. Moving trucks make a great canvas for advertising, and this innovative concept is available through On the Move and their real estate agent truck leasing program.

How the Program Works

On the Move pioneered the idea of real estate truck leasing and has been leasing commercial trucks for over 25 years. Finding the right truck for any agent only takes three steps. First, agents choose the right size truck. Then, obtain insurance for the truck––also available from On the Move. Finally, finish it off with a custom graphics wrap.

Benefits of TRAC Leasing

On the Move offers TRAC (terminal rental adjustment clause) leases to real estate agents. Agents can reap the benefits of leasing while also retaining the option to purchase later. These leases do not have mileage limitations and receive less expensive rates as compared to other leases. This lease is also a 100% deductible business expense.

Offset Costs of Lease with Local Advertising

Wrapping the truck in bright, inviting graphics is the perfect way to promote a real estate agent’s business. By selling spots on the truck to other local businesses, such as mortgage brokers or insurance agents, real estate agents are granted the potential to offset the cost of their lease. Whether the truck is in traffic or parked, it will certainly draw attention.

When considering pricing, On the Move recommends a range of $100-$300 per month. In this range, it’s an affordable way for other local businesses to get attention, as the reach is extended to the journey of the truck. Advertising local businesses also shows a commitment to your community!

Special Moving Truck Features

With an intelligent design that includes an electric back door, these trucks make moving easier. These electric doors eliminate the challenges associated with rolling down the door––drivers now must simply push a button.

There are two available trucks for leasing, a 14’ and 15’. Each truck also has slat lining for a more versatile cargo system. Other valuable features include leak-proof flooring, better lighting via a skylight dome, grab handles for easy access, and high-profile taillights, just to name a few. See all the features and a comparison of the two sizes here.

Ready to learn more about On the Move’s real estate agent moving truck program? Get in touch today for a custom quote.

Read more at onthemovetrucks.com

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