Your real estate business card is an excellent asset to help you get your name out there. They’re an easy and effective way to share your contact information with potential clients.

Take a look at the business card designs below to get inspiration for your business card, and check out three designs you should avoid before printing your own.

This RE/MAX business card features texture as well. Changing up the paper style your card is printed on can be another way to personalize it and add interest.

This Century 21 business card has a simple design. The designer’s choice of featuring two main colors makes the card pop more.

This business card design for Berkshire Hathaway affiliates uses color to grab attention. The front features the company logo on a purple background, and the back includes the realtor’s contact information and icons for licenses and certifications he holds.

Gold foiling adds elegance to this realtor business card mock-up. It has a minimal design, with the logo added to the front and back of the card.

This is a bold design with large block typography. And it includes an interesting tagline, “Onward, Upward, & Homeward.”

99designs is a website where you can hire a designer to bring your brand to life. This business card design is straightforward and includes a realtor’s headshot — which helps put a face to the name on the card.

The golden logo is the key feature of this business card design. Including a kangaroo in the icon highlights that the business is located in Australia.

While the design of this business card stands out, it’s usually better to stick to the general shape and size of a business card. After all, odd designs can stick out in a wallet or card holder, and the client might end up throwing the card in the bin.

This business card jumps out at the client due to its unique shape and bold colors. While the shape might not be too much of a problem, the lack of a name is an issue. Thus, it won’t be best for personal use unless the agent’s name and contact information are added.

This card is a bad business card for one primary reason — too much information! Cramming so much information into this card detracts from the message and overwhelms any potential client.

Adding a tagline or a quote to your business card is another way to personalize it and keep it interesting for your prospects. Here are a few real estate quotes to choose from.

With a great business card design, you’ll be all set to network with potential clients.

Editor’s note: This post was originally published in December 2018 and has been updated for comprehensiveness.